For Southern California, the worst of the wind is over for now, an official with the National Weather Service said Tuesday morning.
A day after winds of up to 45 mph blasted through the region, Southern Californians will feel relatively mild gusts of 15 to 20 mph Tuesday and Wednesday, said meteorologist Kathy Hoxsie.
Thousands of utility customers lost power across Southern California on Monday. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power reported 13,000 customers without power and Southern California Edison reported 1,800 outages. Power has been restored for all LADWP customers, a company spokeswoman said Tuesday.
About 1,000 Edison customers remained without power Tuesday morning, the bulk of them in Riverside County, a company spokesman said.
High temperatures will be in the 70s for the next two days with only a mild version of Santa Ana winds expected to come in overnight, mostly near Malibu with gusts of up to 30 mph.