With another monster storm about to hit Southern California through the weekend, extended hours will be offered at winter shelters around Los Angeles County through Tuesday morning.

According to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, the shelters will operate through 7 a.m. Tuesday. The shelters had originally planned to be open only through Saturday morning.

The following shelters will be available:

— San Fernando Valley-Santa Clarita CDC (Bridge to Home);

— San Fernando Valley-Hope of the Valley;

— San Gabriel Valley-Volunteers of America;

— Metro Los Angeles-Weingart;

— Metro Los Angeles-Midnight Mission;

— South Los Angeles-Bethel Los Angeles CDC;

— South Los Angeles-Home at Last (Men’s shelter), 5165 S. Vermont Ave.;

— South Los Angeles-Home at Last (Women’s shelter), 5500 S. Hoover Ave.;

— South Los Angeles-Home at Last (Transitional Age Youth Shelter), 2712 W. Vernon Ave.;

— South Los Angeles-Home at Last (Gramercy Adult Co-Ed Shelter)-4831 S. Gramercy Place;

— South Los Angeles-Bryant Temple; and

— South Bay-U.S. Vets.

The Antelope Valley-Hope of the Valley shelter will be open until 7 a.m. Monday.

The LAHSA Augmented Winter Shelter at Bassett Park, 510 Vineland Ave. in La Puente, will be open through 7 a.m. Sunday. Information on accessing the shelter is available by calling Volunteers of America Los Angeles at (909) 593-4796.

The Augmented Winter Shelter at Athens Park, 12603 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, will also be open until 7 a.m. Sunday. Information on accessing the shelter is available from First to Serve at (323) 758-4670.

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