Mother's Day weekend forecast looks unusually cool

Eyewitness News’ Aaron Perlman delivers his weather forecast. (KBAK/KBFX photo)

The Mother's Day weekend may be the coolest Bakersfield has seen in the last 15 years.

A deep low pressure system moves over Northern California over the weekend. It will drive a northwesterly air flow into the state.

MORE | Weather page

The onshore breeze will carry significantly cooler air out of the Gulf of Alaska. Highs should land in the upper 50s for the mountain areas, and low 70s to upper 60s in the south end of the San Joaquin Valley.

Kern County will clip the tail end of the cold front and have cloudy skies for the first half of your Friday.

There will be a slight chance for a morning sprinkle or drizzle along the western sides of the Tehachapis. Eventually, skies will clear from the northwesterly flow and leave a spectacular, clear evening.

This will leave good air quality for the weekend.

The cool air and clear skies will hold into Saturday and Mother's Day.

Highs range in the mid 70s, with low 60s for higher elevations.

The consistent on-shore flow will remain into Wednesday of next week!

close video ad
Unmutetoggle ad audio on off