Dry Sunday, but chance for rain Monday

Several days of sunshine returns soon

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -
We will keep dry today going into the 60's with mostly cloudy skies.  On Monday a weak system moves in which will bring us a 30% chance for rain on Monday morning.  We also have a very small chance for some snow at 6000 feet.  It is a very fast moving system as we clear out by mid day going into the upper 60's for the valley and the upper 50's for the mountains.  
 
Tuesday, high pressure starts moving in which means sunshine once again in the 70's and keeping the sunshine for the next several days!  We almost hit the 80's by mid week and we even have the sunshine heading into next weekend hitting the 80 degree mark in the valley and deserts and the upper 70's for the mountains.
 
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