More Gusty Winds Expected, as National Weather Service Issues Wind Advisory

More weather is headed our way, starting with wind gusts this afternoon.

Big Bear Valley, CA — We can expect more gusty winds in the mountains and surrounding deserts today, as the National Weather Service has once again issued a Wind Advisory that takes effect this afternoon (April 27) and extends into Wednesday. Given this Wind Advisory, areas of southwest to west winds of 20 to 30 miles per hour are anticipated, with a potential for gusts to 50 miles per hour this afternoon through tomorrow morning. As always during a Wind Advisory, those driving high-profile vehicles are advised to use extra caution, and all should be mindful of the potential for downed power lines and tree limbs. For more information on local weather, and this week’s prospects for more snow, tune to 93.3 FM for KBHR’s hourly weather forecast, which airs at quarter past the hour.

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