Tuesday, October 16
WIND ADVISORY ISSUED
Messenger Index, serving Gem County The National Weather Service in Boise has Issued a Wind Advisory Which is in effect from Noon to 6pm Tuesday. this Advisory is for All of Southeast Oregon And Most of Southwest Idaho Including the Treasure Valley, Owyhee Mountains, and Southwest Highlands. * winds, Westerly Sustained 30 to 40 MPH. Gusts to 50 MPH. * Timing, Late Tuesday Morning Through Tuesday Afternoon. winds will Shift to West and Increase As a Cold Front Passes, Which will Occur in Eastern Oregon Between 5am and 8am PDT Tuesday Morning and in Western Idaho Between 9am and Noon MDT. winds will Continue Through the Afternoon and Slowly Diminish Late In The Day. * Impacts, Travel Hazard for High Profile Vehicles. Reduced Visibility in Areas of Blowing Dust. Minor Property Damage. Small Branches May be Blown Down. Precautionary/preparedness Actions A Wind Advisory Means That Sustained winds of at Least 30 MPH or Gusts of at Least 45 MPH are Expected. winds this Strong Can Make Driving Difficult, for High Profile Vehicles. Use Extra Caution. A Strong North Pacific Cold Front will Sweep Through Eastern Oregon and Idaho Tuesday Morning with Strong West winds Behind The Front. Wind Speeds 30 to 40 MPH with Gusts to 50 MPH Will be Common but Even Stronger winds...40 to 60 MPH...are Possible in the Magic Valley Where the Snake River Basin Aligns Best With The Wind Direction.
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