Southern California with strong winds and below-average temperatures in February – Orange County Register
The weather in Southern California will be unusually cold this week as high winds blew through the region on Valentine’s Day and temperatures in some areas are expected to drop below freezing by early Wednesday.
A cold air mass brought windy, cold weather to the area on Tuesday, February 14, with scattered rain and temperatures that rose to 58 degrees in downtown Los Angeles, 49 degrees in Santa Clarita and 46 degrees in Los Angeles by early evening San Bernardino fell to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will still be below normal on Wednesday, with some areas receiving freeze warnings.
Areas near the Grapevine off the 5 Freeway north of Los Angeles and mountainous areas at the 3,000-foot elevation mark are the most likely to receive snow or rain. Winds will mostly ease by Wednesday night. Higher than usual waves hit the beaches, with dangerous currents under the surface.
Residents in inland and valley areas could see frost on their lawns Wednesday morning, with the NWS issuing Wednesday morning frost warnings for parts of San Bernardino and Riverside counties, including Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Fontana, San Bernardino, Corona, Riverside and Moreno Valley. Temperatures of up to 30 degrees were expected and people have been warned of possible damage to crops, vegetation and unprotected outside lines.
Low and high temperature forecast for Wednesday 15th February:
Dana point: 37 and 60full tone: 40 and 63Long Beach: 38 and 61Downtown Los Angeles: 40 and 61
Canada: 37 and 59San Fernando Valley: 36 and 61San Bernardino: 36 and 59torrance 41 and 61Rotland: 35 and 57River bank: 36 and 59Whittier: 40 and 61
Source: National Weather Service
https://www.ocregister.com/2023/02/14/southern-california-to-see-strong-winds-below-average-february-temperatures/ Southern California with strong winds and below-average temperatures in February – Orange County Register