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It's Cold, and It's Going to Stay Cold

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Did you wake up this morning wondering if you would be able to see your breath due to the temperature inside your apartment? So did we, and that's because the average temp in L.A. at around 8:00 a.m. was somewhere in the low to mid-40s, according to City News Service.

The temperature downtown was 42 degrees, in Redondo Beach it was a brisk 39, and horses were shivering in Burbank as the air settled in at a cool 40 degrees.

Don't expect to have the weather return to blissful warm SoCal winter levels any time soon -- temperatures are expected to stay low overnight and into tomorrow. In Ojai, they could drop to 25 degrees, and in the Antelope Valley, they might get down to ten.

In other words, now is not the moment to call your East Coast pals and gloat. Maybe wait till Thursday.