LOS ANGELES --
The National Weather Service issued a freeze warning for many parts of Southern California Tuesday night. There was a wind advisory in some places, with people already dealing with snow and rain.The weather woes were spread out all over Southern California Tuesday night, from the rain that was falling in Granada Hills to the snow that was falling on Mount Baldy in San Bernardino County. The huge flakes were adding to the snowfall that's already accumulated over the past several days.
Rain was falling at Los Angeles International Airport Tuesday evening, on the eve of one of the busiest travel days of the year. The showers were only intermittent and no delays were reported.
In downtown L.A., the Pershing Square ice skating rink opened, and the chill in the air is putting people in the holiday spirit.
On Skid Row the cold wind meant many would brave the elements outside. Even as non-profits distribute clothing and food as part of their Thanksgiving charity drives.