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Powerful wind gusts expected in parts of Southern California as temperatures drop

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A cold winter storm will continue to make its way through Southern California on Tuesday, resulting in exceptionally chilly conditions and windy conditions in some parts of the region.

"Temperatures will remain well below normal, with areas (experiencing) freezing conditions Tuesday through Thursday morning," according to the National Weather Service. Gusty northeast winds may affect portions of Los Angeles and Ventura counties through Wednesday but will be strongest on Tuesday.

In Los Angeles and Orange County on Tuesday, expect more of a "transitional day" as temps hit a high 65 degrees. The low will be 43.

The valleys and Inland Empire will see similar conditions, with a high of 62 degrees and a low of 38.

It's going to be a cool day at the beaches, where waves will be up to 3 feet. You'll feel some gusty winds amid temps in the 60s. The low will drop to 42 degrees.

For the mountains, the storm system is clearing up, but it'll still be quite cold on Tuesday. Expect a high of 31 degrees and a low of 13.

Chilly, gusty winds are on tap for the desert areas, where the high temperature will be 50 degrees and the low will be 26.

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Sharon Hodgson
07-31

I remember back in 79 the rain storm we had. My Mother's girlfriend visited the Summer from the Mid-west. It poured, tundered and lightening almost all Summer while she was here. She stated, thinking So. Cal. was sunny and never rained, but was no different than being back home. When she left to go back home, stated she'd. never come back, and she never did. That summer was truly wet! Another rain, lasting about a day was about 2004 or 5. I opened my livingroom shutters. which faced a golf course, sat on the coutch, and watch lightening bolts with thunder, hit the course grounds. The rain was abundant and just pouring down. I basically was enjoying the scenery, plus rain. Really haven't had much rain since. Very dry here. Would appreciate more rain like that again.

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George Davis
09-12

We have been told, in California to lower our AC unit on hot days so we won’t overload the electrical grid, and cause a black out etc., but simultaneously we are told to trade in our gas cars for a electrical car.💯🤨

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HawaiianTita
2021-10-03

So sick and tired of the heat and want it to cool down once and for all!

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