Nov 12, 2012 4:29 PM by Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Californians are shivering through chilly weather just a week after they sweltered in a heat wave - and more heat's coming.
Freeze warnings were issued through 9 a.m. Monday for many Southern California areas and the National Weather Service says there could be more frosty weather Monday night and into Tuesday morning.
On Sunday, record low temperatures were set at several places, including Paso Robles, Camarillo, Alpine and Vista. Lows hit the 20s and 30s in many places.
Several Southern California ski resorts are opening with either natural or artificial snow.
However, more heat's on the way. Forecasters say gusty winds are building already in the mountains and temperatures could be above normal on Tuesday and Wednesday. Los Angeles will see a high of 81 those two days.
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