Wind advisory for parts of SoCal in effect until Wednesday amid another round of Santa Ana winds

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A wind advisory remains in effect until Wednesday at noon for parts of Southern California as another round of Santa Ana winds make their way toward the region.

Certain areas will see 35 to 45 mph wind gusts, and they'll start to pick up by Thursday.

Los Angeles and Orange counties Wednesday will start off with some warm gusty winds and will reach a high of 74 degrees for a sunny day. It'll be 47 at night.

The valleys and Inland Empire Sunday will also see morning winds that'll die down by Wednesday afternoon. The temperatures will reach a high of 73 and a low of 43.

Beaches will start to slowly warm up Wednesday with a high of 67 degrees. Similar conditions are on tap for Thursday for a mostly sunny day.

The winds will be stronger in the mountain communities with wind gusts expected through the next couple of days. The area will see a high 47 degrees and a low of 19.

Deserts can expect another day of gusty Santa Ana winds on Wednesday amid a high of 59 degrees.

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