Kern County to see a brief warm up before a cool down

A warming trend will bring back the 70's early next week
Posted at 9:42 PM, Nov 15, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-16 00:42:02-05

While temperatures stayed around seasonal this weekend, they will rise several degrees above average for Monday and Tuesday. A ridge of high pressure will bring a warming trend early next week. Most of Kern County will see temperatures in the 70's during this time, but this won't last for long!

Before the high pressure exits the region, we should see another round of fog on Monday morning.

A cold front should pass through Central California on Tuesday night. After Wednesday temperatures should trend seasonal and dry. Winds speeds could pick up during this time. Rain and high elevation snow will mainly stay to the North of us.

Most of Kern County will see moderate air quality for Monday, with an AQI of 78, but good in the greater Frazier Park area.