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Cold front expected to bring winds, sub-freezing temperatures

February 28, 2012 |  9:25 pm

Cold weather expected in Southern California

A cold front was expected to move into Southern California by early Wednesday, bringing sub-freezing temperatures to some areas and cool and windy conditions in other parts of the region.

The National Weather Service issued a frost advisory for areas from Ojai to Fillmore in Ventura County. Temperatures were expected to be around 29 degrees. The advisory was in effect from 3 a.m. to 8 a.m.

Gusty winds were beginning to develop in the Antelope Valley on Tuesday night, the weather service said.

Elsewhere in Los Angeles County, daytime temperatures Wednesday were expected to be in the 40s in mountain areas and the 60s inland.

On Tuesday morning, UCLA recorded a low of 39 degrees, tying a record for the day set in 1971, according to the weather service.

Woodland Hills recorded a low of 32 degrees. It was 22 degrees at Mt. Wilson and 42 in downtown Los Angeles.

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Photo: The sun breaks through a passing storm front Monday as a couple of athletes continue their jog from the top of Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook in Culver City. Credit: Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times

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