Jack Frost Nipping at L.A.'s Nose: Freezing Low Temps For Christmas Weekend
Okay, you freakin' out-of-town whiners complaining about how un-Christmasy this sunny weather has been can stop now.
Because Jack Frost will be nipping at your nose.
The National Weather Service this afternoon has issued an urgent weather advisory to warn you that there will literally be freezing temperatures right here in the L.A. basin overnight:
We've got gusty, cold Santa Ana winds up to 35 miles per hour, "near or below freezing" temperatures, including a dip into the upper 20s for some communities, a frost advisory for the San Fernando Valley through Saturday night, and so much more.
In fact the weather service has issued a freeze advisory, a frost advisory and a wind advisory for parts of the region -- all for your cozy eve before Christmas eve.
True: It's still super clear out. So it's not beginning to look a lot like Christmas, if you subscribe to the Christmas Story version of events.
Still, it sure will feel like it in Southern California.
The only thing we don't have is white stuff. But we heard you can score that wherever Lindsay Lohan is partying tonight.
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