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KTLA weather: Cool with strong winds late


A strong trough of low pressure is pushing its way into Northern California. This afternoon a front associated with this trough will arrive in Southern California,  bringing very strong winds.

The National Weather Service has issued a high-wind warning for the mountains and the high desert of Southern California, in effect after 3 p.m. Gusts in these areas could exceed 65 mph. Wind advisories will also be in effect for the coastal and valley areas this evening.

Today's early clouds will be blown away by the wind and temperatures will stay below seasonal norms with highs mostly in the mid-60s. Winds will stick around Wednesday morning in many areas, especially the mountains and high desert.

More details and the seven-day outlook at KTLA's weather blog.

-- Warren Hohmann

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