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Southern California Edison says nearly 150,000 people were affected by electricity outages during last weekend's storm, and that more than 10,000 homes are still without electricity.
High winds knocked down service lines and one death was reported near Sacramento when a tree fell onto a house killing a little girl. Several school districts and sections of freeway in San Bernardino and San Diego counties closed Monday because of snow and ice.
Temps are expected to rise this week, according to the National Weather Service. Monday should hit a high of 60 degrees and continue to rise to just under 70 degrees at least until Friday. There's a small chance a small storm may stop by for a sprinkle.