- Associated Press - Monday, March 28, 2016

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Strong northwest winds are moving into parts of Southern California as part of a cooling trend.

The National Weather Service said Monday that the winds, accompanied by light rain in some areas, will be felt through Tuesday morning in mountains, valleys and desert areas.

Forecasters say gusts in some areas could reach 60 mph. They warn that driving could be dangerous, especially for high-profile vehicles, and motorists could encounter areas of blowing dust and sand that reduce visibility.

Temperatures in the 60s are expected for a few days in greater Los Angeles, before it warms up again later in the week.



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