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KHQ Weather Authority: Here Comes The Cold!

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Monday: A low pressure storm system dropped in yesterday, and brought along a little bit of everything. Today, it's mainly just the wind that will stick around. Wind Advisory in effect until 5pm tonight, with gusts between 40-50mph still possible. Expect clearing skies as this storm dives further south and east, eventually becoming mostly sunny. High: 44° (Yellow)

Monday Night: Now with cooler air funneling into the PacNW, and clearing skies throughout the day, we are setting up for a VERY cold night/morning. Low temperatures will drop into the teens and 20s tonight under mostly clear skies! Winds will continue to be breezy.Low: 25° (Yellow)

Tuesday: Bundle up tomorrow morning, a VERYcold start!High pressure moves back into the region, that will further promoteclearing skies. Winds will still be breezy until later in the day. Expecting those between 15-20mph. High: 42° (Yellow)

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