The last week of the year is bringing frost to Southern California, and forecasters say the region may also see more rain and snow.
The National Weather Service says a frost advisory is in effect through Monday morning in the Central Coast, Los Angeles and Ventura county mountains and valleys because temperatures are forecast to range between 33 to 35 degrees for more than two hours.
Temperatures could dip to 29 degrees in the Ojai Valley.
Meanwhile, a cold winter storm is coming to the region, and forecasters say snow could fall as low as the 2,000-foot level on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Up to eight inches of snow may fall on the eastern San Gabriel Mountains and the San Bernardino Mountains.
Rain is expected at the lower elevations.