A strong area of low pressure moving into the Southern and Central Plains will bring windy conditions for the upcoming weekend.
Windy Weather Setup
A system moving out of the Rockies will bring strong winds to the Central and Southern Plains. Wind gusts up to 50 mph will be possible for parts of Texas and Oklahoma. Wind advisories will be possible for the threat of blowing dust and debris.
Wind speeds up to 30 mph will be possible with wind gusts near 50 mph.
Wind speeds this strong will create flying dust and debris, low visibility and danger to high profile vehicles.
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