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Cold snap expected to bring freezing temperatures to valley areas

Southern California residents may want to unpack their sweaters and space heaters. A cold snap is expected to bring freezing conditions the next two nights, according to the National Weather Service's Los Angeles/Oxnard office.

The weather service predicted very cold temperatures and possible frost across many interior valleys Sunday and Monday night. Some areas, including the Antelope Valley could see hard freezes with temperatures below 29 degrees.

A wind advisory was also in effect for the Antelope Valley through 9 p.m. Saturday, with gusts of up to 45 miles per hour predicted. The weather service has also issued a freeze warning for midnight to 8 a.m. Sunday and a freeze watch from late Sunday night through Monday morning. Temperatures were expected to drop into the low to mid 20s.


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