Weather officials are warning of potentially damaging winds in the mountains, valleys and deserts of Southern California.
Residents were being told today to expect gusts of up to 60 miles per hour in some areas.
High winds knocked out power to over 23,000 Southern California Edison customers in the Antelope Valley early today, but electricity was restored by the afternoon.
California Highway Patrol officials are advising trucks and other high-profile vehicles to avoid many roads in the state's southeastern desert areas.
Visibility was reported to be zero at times on Saturday on the Antelope Valley Freeway between Palmdale and Rosamond, causing one truck to blow over and forcing CHP officials to escort traffic.