Record Low Temperature Reported in Lancaster

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LANCASTER (CNS) - The recent cold system brought freezing conditions to Southern California and a record low temperature was recorded in Lancaster, the National Weather Service reported.

It was 18 in Lancaster on Thursday, breaking the record low of 21 for the day set in 2006.

A record low minimum temperature was reported in Fullerton on Wednesday. It was 39, tying a record for the day set in 2009.

A frost advisory is in effect for parts of Los Angeles County Friday until 8 a.m. Castaic, Newhall, Santa Clarita and Valencia can expect temperatures as low as 32 and temperatures in isolated areas are expected to drop to 30.

Frost can damage sensitive plants and harm pets if left unprotected, according to the NWS.

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