Blowing dust puts a chill on Mid-Columbia

October 27, 2013 

Three coots swim in the Columbia River near the 25th Avenue Trailhead of the Sacagawea Heritage Trail in Pasco. The view upriver of the blue bridge is obscured by blowing dust. The Tri-Cities is under a National Weather Service wind advisory until 5 p.m. Monday.

BOB BRAWDY — Tri-City Herald

— The Tri-Cities is under a National Weather Service wind advisory until 5 p.m. Monday.

The wind was expected to peak late Sunday night or early this morning with sustained wind speeds of up to 29 mph and gusts up to 47 mph.

Temperatures will be cooling down as a cold front moves across Eastern Washington.

The Tri-Cities could have the coldest overnight temperatures of the fall so far, with a predicted low of 28 degrees Monday night.

Monday also will be chilly, with a predicted high of just 52 degrees.

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