• Winter Weather Advisory for Ventura County Coast County, California
  • Winter Weather Advisory issued February 19 at 4:27AM PST until February 20 at 3:00AM PST by NWS
  • Effective: Monday, February 19, 2018 at 4:27 a.m.
  • Expires: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 3 a.m.
  • ...Winter Weather Advisory in effect through tonight for the Los
    Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara county mountains and Cuyama
    .A very cold storm will move through California today. This
    system will take a mostly over-land trajectory with the best
    moisture and upslope flow focused on the north facing slopes and
    across eastern Los Angeles County. This system will bring the
    coldest temperatures so far this winter season, with snow levels
    potentially falling as low as 1500 feet today. There could be
    significant travel impacts with possible road closures and delays.
    Low elevation mountain roadways that could be impacted by snow
    showers, icy roads, and strong winds include Interstate 5 near the
    Grapevine, Highway 14 through Soledad Canyon, Highway 33 above
    Ojai, Highway 154 through the Santa Barbara County mountains, and
    Highway 166 through Cuyama Valley. With such low snow levels,
    there is also a slight chance of snow showers on today across the
    San Luis Obispo county Interior Valleys, foothills of the Central
    Coast (including the Cuesta Pass), Antelope Valley, Santa Clarita
    Valley, and the foothills in the Los Angeles and Ventura county
    * WHAT...SNOW...2 to 4 inches expected. Snow levels will range
    between 1500 and 2500 feet through tonight. Areas of northwest
    to north winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 50 mph are expected,
    with isolated higher gusts. Dangerous wind chill readings will
    be between 10 degrees and -10 degrees in higher elevations late
    tonight and Monday.
    * WHERE...Ventura County Mountains and Los Angeles County
    Mountains excluding the Santa Monica Range Counties.
    * WHEN...through 3 AM PST Tuesday.
    * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for reduced visibilities at
    times. The strongest winds will be through the I-5 corridor.
    The highest snowfall amounts will occur on the north facing
    slopes. There is the potential for 1 to 2 inches of snow on
    Interstate 5 near the Grapevine. Delays or closures on
    Interstate 5 are possible Monday into Monday night due to
    accumulating snow, icy road conditions, and strong winds.
    Other low elevation roadways will be at risk for snow showers
    and icy road conditions as well. These include Highways 2, 14,
    33, and 39.

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