The Nationwide Climate Service has issued Freeze Warnings and Frost Advisories for a lot of areas of Southern California with bitterly chilly in a single day low temperatures in the forecast for Tuesday morning.

“With clear skies, gentle winds, and a really dry and chilly airmass in place, tonight often is the coldest night time of the season to date in lots of places,” the Climate Service mentioned in a bulletin.

A Freeze Warning can be in impact from 1 a.m. till 10 a.m. Tuesday for many of Los Angeles‘ San Fernando Valley, Calabasas and Agoura Hills, the Santa Clarita Valley and northern Ventura County the place temperatures might drop into the 20s, the Climate Service mentioned. Antelope Valley might drop into the higher teenagers.

That warning additionally extends farther north into Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties.

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One other Freeze Warning covers a lot of the Inland Empire, from the Cajon Cross south to Temecula, and contains Ontario, Riverside, Corona, San Bernardino, and Menifee.

Frost Advisories are in impact for the Coachella Valley, the San Gorgonio Cross and San Diego County’s inland valleys.

“Frost and freeze circumstances will kill crops and different delicate vegetation,” the NWS warned. “Prolonged publicity to chilly could cause hypothermia for animals and folks. Car windshields can be frosted.”

low temps tuesday

low temps tuesday

The Climate Service says farmers and owners ought to take steps to cowl and shield vegetation from the in a single day chilly temperatures, which can lengthen into the weekend.

“We’re going to have a stretch of below-average temperatures by way of Sunday, after which by Monday, most of us are going to be again to regular or simply barely above regular,” mentioned KTLA 5 climate anchor Kacey Montoya.

Daytime highs will typically be within the low to mid-60s throughout the Southland this week.

Gusty winds will proceed to accompany the chilly air mass with gusts of 60 to 70 miles per hour attainable mid-week alongside the Malibu coast and western Santa Monica Mountains.

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