Josh Rubenstein’s Weather Forecast (Dec. 9)

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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — The deep freeze continues, although most spots will be a tiny bit warmer overnight.

There is still a freeze warning for interior sections of Ventura County, and the high desert is looking at a hard freeze.

The valleys overnight will be cold, dropping into the 30s, but there is no frost advisory.  The big issue overnight will be the fierce winds.

A wind warning remains in place for the mountains and the Santa Clarita Valley in L.A. and Ventura counties. There is also a wind warning for Orange County and the Inland Empire.

A wind advisory covers the other valleys in the viewing area.  Those winds should relax by Tuesday morning.

Aside from a slight cool-down on Friday, we are looking at a general warming trend through the beginning of next week.

Daytime highs will start to hover at or a little above average.  With the clear skies and lack of wind, overnight lows will still be on the chilly side.

Basin: mid-60s
Beaches: mid-60s
Valleys: low-60s
Mountains: low-40s
Deserts: upper-40s

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