Chill Coming to Los Angeles

By Mark Leberfinger, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
December 05, 2013; 5:40 AM
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Arctic air pouring into the Pacific Northwest and the Plains will also dip as far south of Los Angeles.

It won't be as bone-chilling in Los Angeles as it will be in the Plains, but nighttime temperatures will be in the low 40s through Sunday.

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There could be problems inland with a frost and freeze through Thursday night with temperatures in some areas dipping well down into the 20s.

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