LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A cold snap may bring below freezing temperatures to portions of Southern California this weekend.

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The National Weather Service issued a freeze warning for the Antelope Valley. It will go into effect at midnight and is set to expire at 8 a.m. Sunday.

The affected areas also include portions of Kern County, the mountains of San Bernardino County and High Desert region.

“[Temperatures] between 23 and 29 degrees late tonight and into early Sunday morning,” David Sweet with the NWS told KNX 1070’s Ed Mertz earlier Saturday.

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Additionally, a frost advisory has been issued for the mountains of Ventura County.

Meteorologist, Kaj Goldberg, reporting for CBS2 and KCAL9, forecasts 3000 to 3500-foot snow levels in Running Springs and Big Bear.

Meantime, a wind advisory is also in effect for central Riverside County.

CBS2’s Joy Benedict reporting along the Grapevine says traffic was moving on the 5 Freeway following the dusting in the Gorman area overnight.

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