Brrr! Winter Chill Expected Through Friday

Highs for Tuesday will remain in the upper-50s

By Olsen Ebright
|  Tuesday, Feb 28, 2012  |  Updated 10:25 PM PDT
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A chilly winter storm is gone, but there's some moisture in the forecast. Fritz Coleman has the details.

A chilly winter storm is gone, but there's some moisture in the forecast. Fritz Coleman has the details.

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Southern Californians looking for warmer temperatures will have to remain patient until the weekend as a recent winter storm continues to chill the Southland.

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Highs for Tuesday will remain in the upper-50s, with lows staying in the low-40s.

A frost advisory is in effect for Ventura County interior valleys, where temperatures are expected to drop below freezing from 3 a.m. to 8 a.m.

Precipitation is not expected Tuesday, unlike Monday, when snow was spotted in Frazier Park, Palmdale, Banning and Yucaipa. Riverside and San Bernardino counties were under winter storm watches, which have since been lifted.

But the Southland is flirting with moisture, which may come in the form of a light rain late Wednesday.

Chances of more wet weather is about 30 percent, and if it does come, the newest storm will hit farther north and move faster than Monday's system.

The frigid conditions are expected to remain in effect until this weekend, when highs will climb into the low 80s.

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