SoCal Sees More Freezing Temps, Winds
LANCASTER, Calif. (KTLA) — Brace yourself and bundle up! Another morning of near- or below-freezing temperatures was expected on Tuesday.
A freeze watch is in effect until 9 a.m. for the Ventura County interior valleys.
And a frost advisory runs through 9 a.m. for the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys, as well as the Ventura County coast and coastal valleys.
There will also be pockets of near-freezing temperatures in the wind-sheltered portions of the L.A. and Ventura county valleys and the Ventura coast.
Animals should be kept indoors or inside a barn, and outdoor plants should be brought inside or covered.
Hard freeze conditions could also result in frozen pipes. Exposed outdoor pipes should be insulated if temperatures drop to the mid-20s or lower.
Meantime, gusty offshore winds are expected to stick around through Tuesday, adding to the big chill.
A wind advisory is in effect until noon for the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys and the Ventura County coastal and interior valleys. Gusts of 35-50 mph are possible.
The Orange County coast and the valleys of the Inland Empire are under a high wind warning until 10 p.m.
High wind warnings were also issued for the mountain areas on Tuesday, which could see gusts up to 50-60 mph.