Sleet will create hazardous conditions on the roads of California

If Thursday or Friday are you planning a trip through Tejon Pass in grapevine, it is better to move it to another day or change the route.

Thursday and Friday it will develop a dangerous condition for driving. Strong winds with gusts speed up to 112 km/h will blow away the fallen mountain snow and hamper visibility on the road.

Here’s the visible satellite imagery where snow is likely occurring above 4500 ft. Use caution over the #Grapevine I-5 Tejon Pass as snow may briefly accumulate thru 11am. High winds with gusts to 70 mph are possible creating whiteout conditions. #CAstorm #CAwx

— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) April 12, 2018

Squally winds in the coming days are also expected in Oxnard and more parts of counties Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara. A corresponding warning is in force here until 13:00 Friday. Sometimes precipitation in the form of rain.The day temperature will stay between 21-24°C.

Meteorologists urged residents to exercise caution as the wind will be strong enough to break branches from the trees and damage power lines.

Visibility on roads near the Antelope Valley can be zero due to the rising dust and sand.

Strong and damaging winds up to 60 mph expected for SBA county south coast and mountains through Thu night. Be alert for downed trees and powerlines. Power outages possible. #SBAWeather #cawx #Socal

— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) April 12, 2018

In the coastal areas of the County of Santa Barbara is a high surf.