A few days ago the reports said we were in for some showers, dropping the temps into the lower 60's after enjoying ALMOST 90-degree heat for days last week so I checked the forecast and thankfully my warning to hold off on washing your car, rang true.
A wind advisory is in effect from 10 am Thursday through 9 pm Friday. U.S. National Weather Service (NWS) expects winds up to 35 mph, gusts up to 45 mph on Thursday. Stronger winds expected Friday, 30 to 40 mph with gusts of 50 to 55.
This week, the National Weather Service is forecasting a cooling down, which has already begun. By Thursday, the forecast is calling for a 50% chance of snow, with a high temperature of 25. (remember Saturday was 58 degrees?) The overnight low is projected to get down to 10 degrees Friday night.
Batton down the hatches! Tie-down the tarps! A couple of extra squirts of toupe' glue! It's going to be windy for at least the next 24 hours. The National Weather Service had issued a HIGH WIND WARNING which ended earlier today, however, I found that curious since the much more brisk gusts…