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It's Cold Out There (For an Angeleno)

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Anyone who misses the cold winter of their hometown is in luck this week -- temperatures dipped to below freezing last night, and might stay that way until Friday.

KTLA reports that a freeze warning was in effect in Ventura County, San Bernardino and Riverside County until 9:00 a.m. today, and that temperatures got down to 26 degrees last night. In Big Bear, it was as cold as 23 degrees, and parts of Pasadena were hailed on.
According to NBC Los Angeles, local temperatures will stay around the 40s and 50s today, and the cold front could be in effect for the rest of the week.