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Today we will see rain and possible thunderstorms but, we could also see winds gust near 60 mph today. Ladies and gentlemen, hold on to your wigs and hats because the winds will be whipping today and tonight. Wind gusts will be near or above 40 mph this morning into the afternoon before becoming even more stronger. Sustained winds will slowly rise above 30 mph by tonight. If you have any plans to be outdoors take something to weigh you down as wind gusts approach 60 mph by 8 PM tonight.
Winds will begin to subside but not that much as we approach midnight. Winds will be still be sustained between 20 and 30 mph with wind gusts in the 50s.
Here are some important tips to remember during strong wind events. Move any loose objects outside, indoors or properly secure them outdoors. If you drive a high profile vehicle like a truck, van, or SUV be careful when driving. Also, you should prepare for possible power outages and possible damage to your home/business.
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