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Blustering In A Winter Weatherland: Record Cold LA

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L.A. County set record cold temperatures on Saturday, with windy conditions continuing today, reports the LA Times. Officials issued a wind advisory for the some valley, mountain and canyon areas where gusts are expected to reach nearly 60 mph and the snow level could fall to 3,500 feet according to the National Weather Service.