Wind speeds will pick up Wednesday afternoon, but are expected to increase even more in the overnight hours.
A low pressure system will increase wind speeds until Thursday. West winds will come at 20-30+ mph for today. Winds will be strongest in mountain areas across the borderland.
Wind speeds are expected to become breezy as early as noon today, but the strongest winds will increase around 10:00 p.m. becoming windy to gusty.
This will be the last day we see above average high temperatures in the 60’s. Yesterday’s cloud coverage will clear out, meaning we will see partly cloudy skies.
A mass of Canadian air will flow into the area overnight tonight, meaning high temperatures will be back in the 50’s for tomorrow.
Our next hard freeze will be Thursday night into Friday morning as our overnight lows will be in the 20’s.