SoCal Residents Deal with More Freezing Temps

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LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Parts of the Southland were again dealing with freezing conditions early Friday, as the start of the winter season made its presence felt.

A frost advisory remains in effect through 9 a.m. for several areas, including the San Fernando Valley and the Ventura County interior and coastal valleys.

Residents in the Antelope Valley bundled up for the night, as temperatures dipped below freezing again.

In Lancaster, everyone from shoppers to soccer players layered in clothing to deal with the cold. And a local nursery dragged plants inside to protect them from the freeze.

Temperatures were expected to warm up to 65 degrees along the coast and 68 degrees in the valleys. The high desert will get up to about 57 degrees.

Cool and unsettled weather is on the way, however, with the first disturbance bringing rain to the area Friday night and Saturday.

It will be followed by a second disturbance Sunday night and Monday.

Fair weather will prevail on Christmas Day, but another storm system will bring a shot of rain to the area Wednesday and Thursday.

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