Another cold night
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Another Freeze Warning is in effect!
For the second night in a row, a Freeze Warning has been issued for Valley portions of Kern County.
Temperatures are expected to fall to or below the freezing mark in rural parts of the Valley, but only down to about 38 in Bakersfield.
Bring pets indoors and cover any plants you don’t want exposed to frost if you live away from the city.
It should be noted that below freezing lows are expected in the desert and mountains too, but a freeze warning has not been issued for these areas since they’ve already seen a hard freeze.
After a cold start to our Wednesday, Veteran’s Day is looking a touch warmer but still below average for this time of year.
Highs in the San Joaquin and Kern River Valleys will be in the upper 50s, with lower 50s for Tehachapi and Frazier Park.
Highs in the Desert will top out in the lower 60s.
Skies will be partly cloudy, but dry.
Looking ahead, it appears we’ll be stuck with dry weather for quite some time.
Models show systems pushing through Kern County Thursday night into Friday and again early next week, but both systems are trending drier and drier, so I haven’t included any chance for rain in the next 7 days.
We will however be warming up a bit, with highs in the Valley hitting the mid to upper 60s by the weekend, with 70s possible by next week.
Enjoy the nice fall weather!
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Chief Meteorologist Elaina Rusk
We expect one more night of freezing temperatures in rural parts of the Valley, and another Freeze Warning is in effect
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You can smell smoke and see the haze. Air quality has reached Very Unhealthy levels in Bakersfield. Avoid outdoor activity if possible, especially if…