BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Areas of dense fog began to make it's way out of the San Joaquin Valley Monday morning, with a dense fog advisory in effect until 10 a.m.
We also saw some sunshine through the passing clouds as system moved through Northern California. That system weakened before making it's way to Kern County. With this we also saw some good air quality today. However, that will change by tomorrow, moving back into the moderate range.
Today was also the start of the "Check Before You Burn" program. While we saw "no restrictions" today, burning was discouraged. Tomorrow officials say that burning is only allowed for registered devices.
A ridge of high pressure builds over the state tomorrow, moving toward Nevada on Wednesday, keeping our conditions mostly sunny and just above average with highs in the low to mid-70s here in the valley.
A cold front will once again sweep over Northern California on Thursday, bringing most of its rain north of Kern County.
A warming trend is once again expected this weekend with building high pressure on Sunday, taking us back to seasonal and sunny 70s. Also- don't forget that day light savings will come to an end during this time, so adjust your clocks!