Fall-like temperatures through Wednesday before a warming trend over the weekend

By next weekend, temperatures warm to average

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Kern County Fair is one day away and temperatures will be near perfect! Bakersfield will have a high of 86° on Wednesday.

A low pressure system is moving through the state this afternoon causing temperatures to be below seasonal today and Wednesday. This is causing gusty winds over the passes and in the desert. This will keep the valley's air quality in the moderate range tomorrow on Wednesday.

A weak high pressure system moving up from southern California will warming conditions up starting on Thursday continuing through the weekend. Temperatures will only be a few degrees above normal, with Friday being the warmest.

The first day of fall is on Saturday, Bakersfield will have a high of 93°.

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