Frost advisory issued for San Fernando, Santa Clarita and San Gabriel valleys

VAN NUYS — The National Weather Service issued a frost advisory for the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and San Gabriel valleys through 8 a.m. Thursday morning as temperatures plummeted across Southern California.

Temperatures as low as 32 degrees were forecast for communities across the three valleys, and the mercury in some locations could drop as low as 30, the NWS said.

The rest of Southern California was just as cold. In Fullerton, a record low minimum temperature was reported Wednesday night.

It was 39 at Fullerton Airport, tying a record for lowest minimum temperature in 2009.

Colder temperatures are expected to hit Thursday in Southern California along with gusting winds in some areas.

Daily News Staff Writer Steven Rosenberg contributed to this report.

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