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Sunny skies to give way to rain by Tuesday

Posted: February 15, 2013 5:47 p.m.
Updated: February 15, 2013 5:47 p.m.

Los Angeles County Lifeguard Shae Gipti, right, assists a group of wake boarders who had to be towed back to the boat launch after their tow line became entangled in the propeller shaft during 20-mile-per-hour winds at Castaic Lake on Friday. Signal photo by Dan Watson

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The spring-like warm weather enjoyed by many Santa Clarita Valley residents today will give way to a rerun of winter by Tuesday as a cold Pacific storm moves into the area, National Weather Service forecasters said.

Highs reached 73 degrees in Saugus and 70 degrees in the Newhall Pass today as wind gusts buffeted shoppers in Valencia and produced chop on Castaic Lake.

A wind advisory issued today was expected to be lifted by noon Saturday. Highs were expected to hit 75 Saturday and 70 degrees on Sunday.

But showers are expected to roll into the area by Monday night and continue through Tuesday night, with highs Tuesday reaching just 55 degrees in the Santa Clarita Valley, National Weather Service forecasters said.

In the surrounding mountains, snow levels could drop as low as 2,000 feet Tuesday night, with the potential for road closures over the Interstate 5 Grapevine pass and the Escondido Pass between the Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys.

Forecasters warned of potential icy roads, blowing snow and other possible driving hazards Tuesday night.

 

 

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