A strong jet stream and a Pacific cold front will be bringing strong winds to parts of New Mexico and West Texas. Wind gusts could exceed 60 mph for these areas and therefore dangerous driving conditions will be possible.
A cold front out of the Pacific will be bringing strong winds to the Four Corners and west Texas. Some areas are under wind advisories and high wind warnings throughout most of Wednesday with the risk of wind gusts over 60 mph.
Wind advisories and high wind warnings are in effect for Southeast New Mexico and West Texas through Wednesday evening. This means high profile vehicles could be hard to control and light
low flying aircraft may experience severe turbulence.
These strong winds along with the very low humidity taking place in these areas will also likely lead to a high fire threat. Red flag warnings are in effect for parts of West Texas and the Texas Panhandle through Wednesday night.
Definitely avoid any outdoor activities that could produce flames or sparks. Any fires that develop will likely spread very quickly.