BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — The valley woke up to fog again this morning. It dissipated by the early afternoon but we continue to see cloudy skies as we head into the evening hours. We are tracking the chance for valley fog again Saturday morning.
Saturday will be mild, dry and have warm temperatures because high pressure dominates over the region. Air quality remains moderate and there is no burning unless registered.
By Sunday, there is a storm that is sweeping through the state. It look like a bulk of the precipitation will stay north of the Kern County line. We aren't ruling out the chance for light rain Sunday night and into Monday morning. Our highest elevation could see light snow showers as well. What we do know is that this storm will be ushering in cooler air and strong winds. By Sunday afternoon, the wind gusts could reach advisory level, that is something we will be tracking closely.
As this storm clears early next week, we will be dry and warming to end the month.
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Chief Meteorologist Elaina Rusk
Meteorologist Allison Gargaro