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60
Clear
Tuesday-
Mostly Cloudy
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46
0%
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46
Mostly Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind5mph WNW
Humidity68%
UVModerate
Wednesday-
Partly Cloudy
67
47
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47
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind4mph WNW
Humidity72%
UVModerate
Thursday-
Partly Cloudy
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48
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48
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind6mph NW
Humidity62%
UVModerate
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Rain
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47
60%
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47
Rain
Precipitation60%
Wind10mph NW
Humidity95%
UVLow
Saturday-
AM Clouds/PM Sun
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30%
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36
AM Clouds/PM Sun
Precipitation30%
Wind9mph NW
Humidity75%
UVLow
Sunday-
Partly Cloudy
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0%
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34
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind4mph WSW
Humidity62%
UVModerate
Monday-
Partly Cloudy
58
42
10%
58
42
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation10%
Wind5mph NW
Humidity62%
UVModerate
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation0%
Wind4mph WSW
Humidity63%
UVLow
Visibility10 miles
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DENSE FOG ADVISORY UNTIL 11 AM - ANOTHER ROUND TOMORROW MORNING

A Dense Fog ADVISORY remains posted until 11 AM this morning in the South Valley due to the formation of very thick fog across the Valley. That fog should lift throughout the afternoon and as it does we will see skies turn partly cloudy ahead of a cold front that will bring rain north of Kern County, but for us you can expect to just see clouds move through. Highs will stay above that seasonal mark this afternoon as they climb to the mid to upper 60s in the Valley and upper 50s in the mountains. Skies should clear by this evening, which will promote the development of another round of dense fog across the San Joaquin valley. Be prepared for another fog advisory and potential school delays. Also, set those clocks early to prepare for a longer early morning commute.

As we make our way into the end of your work week, a storm on the way expected to bring rain, snow and high winds across the county. Friday we will see snow levels drop to 4,000' and down to 3,000' early Saturday morning. In terms of rainfall totals, the South Valley could see up to .25" of rain and up to a .50" of rain in our mountains with up to 4" of snow possible at elevations 5,000' and above. Very gusty winds will accompany this storm, with valley gusts picking up to potentially 30 mph and up to 50 mph over the mountains.

Meteorologist KAHTIA HALL - January 16, 2018 6:34 AM

SUNRISE
07:04:28 am
SUNSET
05:08:07 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High82
F
Record Low20
F