SAN DIEGO -- The cold snap that broke records in parts of Southern California will soon come to an end, the National Weather Service said Friday.
For two nights, San Diego County residents have experienced a windy, cold air mass that has pushed temperatures below freezing and dropped snow in some areas of the county.
But relief is in sight, said meteorologist Todd Hall at the National Weather Service’s Oxnard bureau, according to Los Angeles Times.
Over the next few days, the cold air will move southeast toward Arizona and be replaced by a warmer weather system.
Since Wednesday, a Canadian storm has moved across Southern California, with strong winds and snowfall that caused major traffic delays.