A cold front will pass across Central California Saturday, resulting in a chance of rain and high elevation snow in the Sierra Nevada. Snow levels will be around 8,000 feet. The majority of this precipitation will fall during the day on Saturday.
A cold front will pass across Central California this weekend, resulting in a chance of high elevation snow in the Sierra Nevada. Snow levels will be around 8,000 feet. The majority of this snow will fall during the day on Saturday.
Periods of gusty winds are possible in portions of the Kern County desert through tonight. A Wind Advisory is in effect until 11 PM PDT tonight. Blowing dust could reduce visibilities at times. Travel may be difficult, particularly for high profile vehicles. Highways affected include, but are not limited to Highway 14, U.S. Highway 395, Highway 58 below Tehachapi Pass, and Highway 178 below Walker Pass, including the town of Inyokern.
Spending time outdoors? Be on the lookout for thunderstorms! Keep up with the latest @NWS forecast before you head out, and know how you will receive a Thunderstorm notification if one is issued. Identify where the nearest shelter is located, and if the skies turn threatening, seek shelter immediately.