Fog never developed in Kern County Wednesday night, and as result Thursday was our third straight days with a high in the 60s.
However, the ingredients for fog are all still there, and fog will be possible again on Friday.
Even if that fog doesn't form (again), we've got a few things that should keep us a bit cooler.
A weak cold front will be sweeping through the state on Friday.
That brings only minor changes to Kern County, mainly breezy winds through mountains, more clouds, and maybe a sprinkle.
Those clouds should keep our highs a bit cooler in the Valley, with low to mid 50s expected.
Skies clear into the weekend, and temperatures warm back to around 60 in Bakersfield.