LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Parts of Southern California braced for another frost advisory on Thursday night after enduring freezing temperatures the night before.
The advisories were issued for 2 a.m. until 9 a.m. in the Santa Clarita Valley, Simi Valley and parts of the San Fernando Valley.
Residents are urged to keep their pets indoors and to cover their plants.
Temperatures were expected to hit 15 degrees in Lancaster and 19 degrees in Palmdale. It will drop to about 35 degrees in Burbank.
“We didn’t know it’d be this cold,” said one resident of the Antelope Valley. “I didn’t wear a warmer jacket.”
Meanwhile the owner of a local nursery was taking care of the plants.
“We’re keeping them warm with an insulator and making sure they’ve got plenty of mulch,” Veronica Cacho said.
Temperatures will warm up to 70 degrees in Los Angeles on Friday.