LOS ANGELES, Calif. (FOX 11 / CNS) - A dry, cold air mass over Southern California will produce more cool temperatures today, including freezing weather early this morning, National Weather Service forecasters said.
In Los Angeles County, a frost advisory was scheduled to be in effect in the San Gabriel and Santa Clarita valleys until 9 a.m., with temperatures expected to be between 32 and 35 degrees Fahrenheit. Forecasters warned that such temperatures risk harm to pets, livestock and sensitive vegetation.
In the San Gabriel and Santa Monica mountains, a wind advisory is scheduled to be in force until 10 a.m., with gusts of 45 miles per hour possible, creating potential problems for motorists, especially in high-profile
The NWS expects sunny skies today and slightly higher temperatures than yesterday.
It is forecasting highs of 49 in Palmdale; 50 in Lancaster; 52 on Mount Wilson; 57 in Saugus; 60 in Mission Viejo; 61 in Laguna Beach and Irvine; 62 in San Clemente, Yorba Linda, Pasadena and Woodland Hills; 63 in Newport Beach, Burbank and San Gabriel; 64 in Avalon, Fullerton and Anaheim; and 65 at LAX, in Long Beach and downtown L.A.
Thursday's temperatures, also under sunny skies, are expected to be several degrees higher -- up to 7 degrees in some communities.