Hold on Because Fierce Winds Are Getting Even Stronger

Hold on to your hats.

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A wind advisory was issued for a significant portion of Southern California Sunday and was expected set to be in effect until 9 p.m. Tuesday.

Offshore winds picked up Sunday night and will spread across the wind prone regions Monday. At least two large trees fell during a windy overnight in Altadena. One tree fell across power lines.

About 2,640 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers were without electrical service Monday morning, including 891 in Canoga Park; 1,148 in Sylmar; and 600 in various other areas in the city of Los Angeles.

The strongest winds Monday will be during the mid to late morning hours, with some cities seeing sustained winds of 15-25 mph and gusts above 35 mph--stronger in the mountain areas.

The wind is expected to continue through Tuesday. Annette Arreola reports for Today in LA on Monday Feb. 10, 2020.

The intensity of the winds will decrease for a few hours on Monday afternoon before picking up again after sunset.

The offshore winds will cause the temperatures to climb a few degrees from Sunday onward.

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