So far we have seen only .02” of rain across Kern County, but we still have a lingering chance of rain as we push through the evening hours. Only a slight chance of rain remains for the valley floors and a 30% chance for the mountain areas tonight into early tomorrow morning. Pretty much everything pushes east tomorrow and we are left with partly cloudy skies and temperatures into the 70s for the valley and 50s in the mountains for daytime highs tomorrow.
However, we are still dealing with those winds as the cold front brushes through. You can expect to see winds 20-30 mph in the mountain and desert areas with gusts up to 50 mph during the overnight hours. For that reason, a wind advisory is in effect for the desert and mountain until 11 p.m. tonight. If your travels take you along Highways: 178, 58, or the 14 just be careful for blowing dust.
Tomorrow high pressure sets back in and the heat is back on! Expect temperatures to climb into the 90s by Tuesday for the valley and upper 70s for the mountains with sunny skies with that same trend playing out throughout the rest of the week. No rain is expected over the next ten days ahead…so enjoy the cool temperatures and light sprinkles while you can.4-25-15 7:01 pm Weathercast KAHTIA HALL