Cooler and potentially wet weather for Central California including Tehachapi, the Kern County Mountains and Southeastern Kern desert areas has been forecast by the National Weather Service in Hanford.
In a special weather statement officials said an upper level low pressure area will remain well west of the coast through Monday with a dry onshore flow keeping temperatures normal and already the late hot spell seems to have ended.
The upper level low will move inland Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing a chance of light showers and below normal temperatures to the region.
For Tehachapi specifically, there is a 20 percent chance of rain on Tuesday and a chance of showers on Wednesday, in the latest forecast.
Temperatures are expected to drop with highs below 60 and lows in the low 40s and gusty winds are also in the forecast.