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Winds expected to subside by Monday morning

January 8, 2012 |  6:57 pm


The National Weather Service wind advisory remains in effect until 10 p.m. Sunday night, with gusts of up to 45 mph possible across the Southland. Motorists were warned that gusty crosswinds will create driving hazards, especially for high-profile vehicles.

The winds were expected to subside Monday as an upper ridge produces a clear and warmer day. The forecast also calls for smaller surf heights ranging between 1 and 3 feet along L.A. County beaches Monday.

Temperatures were expected to be cooler Tuesday, and Wednesday holds a small chance of rain.


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Photo: Big waves brought out the surfers at Dockweiler State Beach. Credit: Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times