BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - After a few morning showers the sun popped out Tuesday, bouncing Kern County highs on the valley floor into the mid and upper 60s!
More clouds have moved in early this morning, but rain chances will remain dismal, with just a little drizzle in the mountains. Bakersfield will top out at a gray high of 60 with moderate air quality, Lake Isabella will be just 57 like yesterday, and Tehachapi looks to top out at 54.
Wood burning in the valley is only allowed for people who have registered their fireplaces & wood burning devices with the Valley Air District. You can register here: http://www.valleyair.org/CBYBregistration/
Passing clouds will temporarily clear overnight, leaving us with a chance of patchy fog Thursday morning. More clouds arrive mid-day Thursday, but again the rain chances are slight and confined to the mountains through Friday.
Sunshine returns on Saturday, leaving us with a good chance of dense valley fog each morning through next week. That means we could have another stubborn cloud deck setting up over our heads in the valley, for several days in a row, but the mountains will be enjoying the sunshine.