- Associated Press - Thursday, December 17, 2015

LOS ANGELES (AP) - It’s been another cold overnight in California.

The National Weather Service issued freeze warnings until 9 a.m. Thursday for much of San Benito and Monterey counties due to clear skies, light winds and low dew points along with a cold air mass.

To the south, the Ojai Valley is also under a freeze warning, and frost advisories have been issued for large areas of Southern California.

Elsewhere, forecasters say much of the state from the northern San Joaquin Valley to the Oregon border will see a wet pattern extending into next week that will impact holiday travel.

Several waves of rain and snow may result in slick roads, chain controls and possible localized urban and stream flooding.

Forecasters say the Central Coast will have rain Saturday.



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