Unseasonably Mild Valley- Windy Mountains
Weather in Kern County is about as nice as it gets. Low pressure spinning off the Pacific Northwest coastline is sending cool and dry air our way. Highs on Tuesday failed to rise above the mid 80s. Reinforcing cool air comes to Kern County tonight and Wednesday with unseasonably cool temperatures. Overnight lows will slip into the mid 50s with afternoon highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. The very nice weather should prevail through Thursday, the first day of summer. Low pressure is expected to retreat a bit to the north this weekend, but temperatures should not become excessively hot over the next 10 days. Highs will moderate back into the low 90s by Saturday and rise into the mid 90s for Sunday and the rest of next week. But no triple digits are foreseen at this time. It will remain cloud free through the period. Fire danger will be high to extreme.
6-18-13 6:23 pm Chief Meteorologist MILES MUZIO