High winds toppled several trees across the Southland, including one in the San Fernando Valley.
Strong and possibly damaging Santa Ana winds continue to plague Southern California with gusts of up to 80 miles per hour expected in some mountain areas.
The National Weather Service Sunday issued a wind advisory through the morning for the mountains and high desert of Los Angeles County.
High winds have toppled several trees throughout the Southland, damaging several vehicles and knocking out electricity to hundreds in the Santa Clarita Valley.
San Gabriel Valley residents have been noticing a mysterious black dust blanketing their neighborhoods for the past two days.
Powerful winds moved into Southern California Tuesday night, leading to warnings in the mountains and deserts and causing some damage.
A spring storm that battered Northern California Saturday continues to move south, dumping snow in the mountains above Los Angeles and bringing big waves to beaches.
Powerful Santa Ana winds have died down across Southern California, and forecasters say a new weather system from the west could bring some relief from bone-dry conditions.
Another winter storm is headed for the Southland and several warnings and watches have been issued in anticipation.
High wind and red fag warnings are now in effect until Sunday afternoon because of low humidity and expected strong gusts.
Southern California winds that overturned trucks, toppled trees and fanned fires were dying down Friday and forecasters predicted calmer weather for the Christmas weekend.
Red flag warnings were in effect Monday in parts of Southern California, as high winds combined with low humidity had firefighters on alert.
An offshore breeze will promote a warm, clear weekend with highs ranging from the 70s at the beaches to about 90 in the valleys and inland areas.