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Wind Advisory to End this Morning

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The National Weather Services reports that the wind advisoroy issued yesterday will end at 10:00 a.m. this morning. Until then, 25 to 35 MPH winds will blow through the Los Angeles County mountain areas (except the Santa Monica range) with gusts up to 55 MPH, the strongest being through and near the 5 Freeway. Wind Advisories are set when wind greater than 35 MPH is expected, which can make for difficult driving. Temperatures today should be in the high 60s by the coast and low 70s inland in the valleys.