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Tornadoes and Wind Storms

Strong, potentially damaging winds continue to lash L.A. County

Strong winds with damaging gusts of up to 70 mph will continue to whip Southern California on Tuesday, bringing the potential for more downed trees and widespread power outages.

The mountains will receive the most powerful northeast winds, with gusts reaching 70 mph, while winds could hit 50 mph in the valleys and coast in Los Angeles County, according to the National Weather Service.

“The gusty winds will continue to bring the potential for downed trees and power lines, especially considering the widespread weakened and diseased trees due to the drought,” the weather service said.