LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern Californians can expect a few clouds in the morning with temperatures in the 60s on Wednesday - with cold Santa Ana winds coming Thanksgiving Day.
In Los Angeles and Orange counties, look for morning clouds Wednesday, along with a high temperature of 66 degrees and overnight lows in the 40s.
The valleys and Inland Empire will reach a high of 66 with plenty of sunshine, dropping to about 44 overnight.
For Thanksgiving, temperatures will drop a few more degrees as cold Santa Ana winds blow in to the region, creating an elevated risk of fire.
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