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Dry, chilly conditions to persist in Southern California through the workweek

A mass of cold, dry air formed over Southern California on Monday, Nov. 9, and should keep temperatures below average through Thursday, when a new weather pattern and a slight chance of rain were forecast to arrive.

Patches of precipitation over the weekend that dumped several inches of snow onto mountain communities like Big Bear, Forest Falls, Angelus Oaks and Snow Valley, moved southeast and out of the region Monday, according to the National Weather Service. That should give way to clear skies, while temperatures were expected to remain 5 to 10 degrees lower than average across most of Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.




Some people will shiver through below freezing temperatures during the early morning hours. Freeze warnings issued for Apple Valley and Lucerne Valley, as well frost advisories for the San Fernando Valley, Santa Monica Mountains, southeast Inland Empire will be in effect until Tuesday morning.

Highs should range between the mid 60s and low 70s in Anaheim, Hemet, Riverside, Chatsworth, Torrance and Rancho Cucamonga, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures may hover in the low to mid 60s in coastal communities like Long Beach and Newport Beach.

A new weather system forecast to develop later in the week may bring some light rain to parts of Southern California between Thursday and Saturday. Afterward, temperatures should begin to warm and highs should be back up to seasonal averages by the end of the weekend.

Source: Orange County Register

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