About 2:26 a.m., several vehicles, including two big rigs, were involved in a crash along the westbound Foothill (210) Freeway transition in Pasadena, causing 100 gallons of diesel fuel to leak into the roadway, said CHP Officer Francisco Villalobos. Crews spent several hours cleaning up debris and the fuel spill before the road could be reopened around 9 a.m. There were no reports of injuries in the crash, he said. The CHP tallied 133 accidents between 5 and 9 a.m. Monday, compared with 57 accidents during the same time period Feb. 12, Villalobos said. All the accidents occurred in the CHP’s coverage area, which includes Los Angeles freeways, unincorporated areas of the county, and state routes in the county, he said. No fatalities have been reported so far, he said. “There’s minor complaints of pain, minor injuries, but a lot of crashes,” Villalobos said. “People are just driving too fast for the wet weather,” he said, noting many of the accidents are solo spinouts and cars hitting guardrails. City News Service contributed to this story. Monday [email protected] (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4586160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It is expected to be partly cloudy today. The change in weather is due to a fairly strong low-pressure system moving a ridge of high pressure out of the area, Meier said. Saturday’s temperatures did not break any records. However, in downtown Los Angeles, a reading of 89 degrees tied a record set in 1890. The days are expected to get warmer after Thursday, with another slightly windy, but not quite as hot, weekend ahead, Meier said. Meantime, drivers traveling at unsafe speeds along slippery roads caused dozens of accidents on area freeways , according to the California Highway Patrol. • Photo Gallery: After the stormPASADENA – The weather made an abrupt turn over the weekend, with sunshine and 80-degree temperatures Saturday giving way to cold and rain overnight Sunday. Weather forecasters say the rainy weather will continue this week, with a chance of scattered showers Wednesday night through Thursday. “It will be more of the same compared with what we saw \[Monday,” said Jamie Meier, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.