A frost advisor will take effect in Antelope Valley starting Tuesday night, officials announced.
The weather alert is in place throughout the region, including the cities of Lancaster and Palmdale, from midnight to 9 a.m. Wednesday, according to National Weather Service.
Temperatures as low as 29 degrees will result in the formation of frost, which can damage sensitive plants and care if not protected, the NWS said.
“We invite our residents to make preparations and bring your four family members indoors if possible,” the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told News release. “Remember to also be careful tomorrow morning at the beginning of your day. Frost can also make sidewalks, paths and roads slippery, so be careful! “
San Luis Obispo County will also be subject to a frost counselor at the same time, according to NWS.
Just a day earlier, blowing dust across the Antelope Valley during the Monday morning hours. In visibility difficult due to dusty conditions, the California Highway Patrol temporarily blocked both directions of the 14 Freeway from Avenue I to Avenue A, including a section of Route 138 in the Lancaster area. (All lines are reopened.)
“Visibility can quickly drop below a mile creating dangerous driving conditions,” the weather service explained. “Slow down and use headlights.”
In addition to the Antelope Valley, dust is also visible in the east of the region, in the Victorville area, Monday morning.
Meanwhile, Southland had night of strong winds which left more than 30,000 Los Angeles Department of Water and Energy customers without energy. Although the wind died Tuesday morning, a wind advice was extended until 3 pm for mountain parts of Los Angeles and Ventura county, according to National Weather Service.
Southern California Edison said it was considering power outages Tuesday to nearly 9,000 customers in the provinces of Los Angeles, Ventura and Kern to help prevent any of its electrical equipment from igniting a fire in the middle of dangerous weather conditions.
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