Kennewick — The wind should continue to blow in the Tri-Cities through Monday night, according to the National Weather Service.
It has issued a wind advisory that expires at 11 p.m. Monday.
A southwest wind of about 32 mph and gusts as high as 43 mph are forecast for Monday afternoon.
Monday night winds of 21 to 31 mph and gust of up to 40 mph are forecast, with wind speeds decreasing to 11 to 21 mph after midnight.
Tuesday should still be breezy with a west wind of 10 to 16 mph and gusts of up to 26 mph.
Monday the movement of mobile homes was restricted on Interstate 82 from Prosser to the Oregon state line because of the wind.