Wind Advisory Monday Afternoon thru Tuesday Morning, Rainy Monday Night.

Winds will pick up throughout the day Monday, a Wind Advisory will be in effect from 1pm Monday – 7am Tuesday. Sustained winds of 20 – 30mph, with gusts up to 45 – 50mph possible. Secure any outdoor furniture, high-profile vehicles may have a rough time on roads like I-40.

The combination of the gusty winds and low humidity will allow for an elevated fire danger during the day tomorrow, outdoor burning will continue to be discourgaed.

Rain chances will increase as we head into Monday evening.

HRRR model (above) shows the majority of the rain holding off until after sunset, continuing through the night. Most of the activity should be gone by Tuesday morning, but a few lingering showers can’t be ruled out.

Still not expecting any severe thunderstorms, although the non-thunderstorm winds may be strong enough to bring down a few tree limbs or power lines. Rainfall totals around one inch.

After this system moves out, we will be left with a pretty quiet week. A few cold mornings, but we’ll gradually warm up throughout the week. Next weekend looks warm + dry right now.

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