WIND ALERT: Wind advisory issued for rest of the day with gusts of 40 mph

Winds start to abate much later tonight into tomorrow. It will still be breezy but nowhere near what we experienced today.

Dave Curren

Mar 11, 2024, 9:59 AM

Updated 36 days ago

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The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory through tonight. Gusts will frequently rise to 40-50 mph. Power outages and damage are still possible.
Winds start to abate much later tonight into tomorrow. It will still be breezy but nowhere near what we experienced today.
Aside for the wind, the next weather event to take center billing on the weather marquee will be a spring warm-up. All week long we will have temperatures in the 60s. Some of us may experience low-70s.
TOMORROW: Mainly sunny, breezy and milder Highs around 64.
WEDNESDAY: Sun and clouds and much warmer. Temperatures in the upper-60s to near-70.
THURSDAY: The weather begins to cloud over but should remain dry. High around 70.
FRIDAY: Overcast with late-day showers. Highs in the low- to mid-60s.
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