Dry weather continues over the Central California interior for the next several days. We will continue to see cool nights and mornings, with a freeze warning for much of the San Joaquin Valley from 1 a.m. to 8 a.m. Monday. The rural areas of the San Joaquin Valley will drop to sub freezing on Sunday night through Monday morning. However, temperatures will climb into the 60's for most of next week. With afternoon highs remaining near normal for this time of year.
We are seeing some concerns that easterly winds could gust to advisory levels through the Kern County Mountain passes and higher ridges on Tuesday evening. If so, down slope winds could produce significant warming by Wednesday and a drop in humidity. With the South end of the San Joaquin Valley climbing into the 70's mid week. Winds should not be an issue after Wednesday.
Air quality will continue to stay unhealthy for those sensitive groups on Monday, with an AQI of 112. Per usual, we are seeing good air quality in the greater Frazier Park area.