LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The Southland is bracing for plummeting temperatures and frigid winds chills as a system of Santa Ana winds moves into the area Monday.
Los Angeles and Orange counties will see sunny skies with a high of 68 on Monday. Strong gusts are expected to hit the area overnight into Tuesday before the clouds start to move back by midweek. The region will see a chance of more rain starting Wednesday.
The valleys and Inland Empire will see a crisp high of 67 Sunday with possible winds up to 35 miles an hour. Rain could also hit these areas by Wednesday.
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