CAU WEATHER HUB

3-DAY FORECAST

Bakersfield

Saturday January 16, 2021 Hazy sunshine- patchy AM fog
HIGH: 69
LOW: 43
PRECIP: 0%
UV INDEX: 1-Low
MUZIO: -3
AQI: 135-Poor
ALERTS: None
Sunday January 17, 2021 Hazy sunshine- patchy AM fog
HIGH: 70
LOW: 44
PRECIP: 0%
UV INDEX: 1-Low
MUZIO: -3
AQI: 135-Poor
ALERTS: None
Monday January 18, 2021 Partly cloudy- patchy AM fog
HIGH: 66
LOW: 45
PRECIP: 0%
UV INDEX: 1-Low
MUZIO: -3
AQI: 60-Mod
ALERTS: None

Muzio Discomfort Index: 0=Ideal, 9+ Moderate Heat Stress, 12+ Intense, 15+ Extreme+

SEVERE PROB CAT: 0 STORMS 0 WIND 0 FLOOD 0 WINTER 0 HEAT 2 FOG 2 BAD AIR

Probability Category: 0=0-9%, 1=10-29%, 2=30-49%, 3=50-79%, 4=80%+

Flight Category > 0700 - 1200 ........ 1200 - 1700 ........ 1700 - 2100 ........
Ceiling Vsby Ceiling Vsby Ceiling Vsby
VFR IFR VFR MVFR VFR MVFR
 
Hazards > T-Storms: None Turbc/LLWS: None Icing: None
KBFL TAF by Muzio:

KBFL 1615/1815 VRB03KT 3SM HZ SCT250
TEMPO 16/15-17Z 1SM BR HZ
TEMPO 17/13-17Z 1SM BR HZ
TEMPO 18/13-15Z 1SM BR HZ

Discussion:

Upper level high pressure remains the dominant weather feature this weekend in central California. A Dense Fog Advisory is posted for the South Valley, however most of the very low visibilities will be confined to areas north of Kern County. Big changes are expected by Monday afternoon with a high wind scenario developing across the state.



WEATHER FLAG KEY

 

SEVERE STORMS

Take cover
Be vigilant in observing the sky

HIGH WINDS

Be aware
Secure items that may be blown away

HEAVY RAIN

Drive Carefully
Turn around, don’t drown

WINTER WEATHER

Protect against freeze
Cold weather dress code

HEAT STRESS

Hot weather dress code
Limit outdoor activity

DENSE FOG

Drive carefully
School delay in the morning

UNHEALTHY AIR QUALITY

Stay indoors
Be aware of respiratory dangers