Cold front to bring wind switch

By | October 3, 2015

The Daily Inter Lake reports that the National Weather Service is forecasting a chilly weekend, with a wind advisory in effect through tonight as an Arctic cold front ushers in powerful east-to-west winds and freezing overnight temperatures. Winds are expected to pick up to 31 to 36 miles per hour by this afternoon, gusting as high as 50 miles per hour from the east and northwest. Read the full story here.


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