As the heaviest rain has cleared, temperatures plummeted, and the winds continue howling making it feel much colder around the county.
Inland communities will wake up to 30s and patchy frost, below freezing temperatures in the mountains, and 40s near the coast.
A Frost Advisory will be in effect from 2am until 9am for our inland communities.
A Wind Advisory for our coast, and inland valleys until midnight. Gusts in this region will range from 30-50 mph.
A High Wind Warning in our mountains and deserts until Wednesday morning at 4am. The winds will be strong enough to create dangerous driving conditions, high profile vehicles should use caution. The weather will clear by Wednesday morning, but rough seas are expected until early afternoon.
High Surf Advisory will be in effect until 2pm Wednesday. We will see waves 5-8 feet with sets up to 10 feet. Temperatures will remain about 10-15 degrees below normal through Friday.
Another storm to our north will grace the area on Thursday with a chance for light rain Thursday afternoon into Thursday night. The storm will help to keep temperatures below average with little recovery over the weekend. Cool weather will be the pattern into next week, with another chance for showers Tuesday of next week.
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