Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland
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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

Steam rises off Rick Rzeszewski of Tustin after he poured hot water over his head following a surf outing amid frigid air and cold water temperatures at sunrise in Huntington Beach. “After being in that cold water, it feels wonderful,” said Rzeszewski, a pastor who surfs early in the morning before the crowds arrive.

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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

Amid temperatures in the 20’s and 30’s, a snowboarder bundles up while snowboarding at Mountain High resort in Wrightwood.

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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

A snowboarder nears the end of the run at Mountain High resort in Wrightwood.

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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

Hikers take in a view of snow-capped twin-peaks of Mount Baldy from an overlook near Wrightwood.

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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

Skiers and snowboarders traverse down the mountain at Mountain High resort in Wrightwood .

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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

People bundle up Tuesday across Southern California as a cold air mass behind a storm generated frigid temperatures.

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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

A pup named Golden wears a sweater to keep the cold at bay while playing at the dog park next to LAPD headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.

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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

Temperatures across Southern California will remain 12 to 18 degrees below normal for the next two days thanks to a heavy infusion of cold Canadian air.

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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

Clouds roll in over the Redondo Beach Pier as cold weather is settling in over the southland this week.

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Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland

David Matias, 5, right, of Valencia, plays with his brother Angel, 7, as their parents Connie Lopez, left, and Herman Matias fish off the Redondo Beach Pier.

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