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The passage of a disturbance through the region on Monday will provide the support that will allow strong winds to exist across the Kern County Mountains and Deserts. As the disturbance passes on Monday, winds on the Eastern Slopes of the Tehachapi Range and across the Kern Desert will increase with gusts reaching 55 mph during the afternoon and early evening hours. Highways affected by the strong winds include 58, 178, 14 and U.S. 395. Drive safely and heed highway signs.


Here are the chances that select areas in the San Joaquin Valley hit the freezing mark Wednesday morning.


Freezing temperatures of 28 to 32 degrees will be possible across the San Joaquin Valley Wednesday morning. A Freeze Watch has been issued.