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When Will The Wind Calm Down?

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Monday's Weather Update:

A Wind Warnings & Advisories are in effect until Monday afternoon for gust to 50mph in most of E WA & Cent ID. The strongest Warnings are for the Wenatchee Area for wind gusts to 60mph.

Today: Well a low pressure cold front brings cooler temperatures and VERY gusty winds today. Expect breezy conditions all day long but the strongest gusts happening from late morning to mid-afternoon. With the strong winds, blowing dust is a possibility across the Basin. Also mountain showers and snow showers in the Panhandle and NW Montana.  High:56°

Tonight: Still breezy, but improving...sustained winds between 10-20mph. Partly Cloudy to mostly clear skies and CHILLY temps. Many areas dropping below freezing by tomorrow morning.

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