The Tri-Cities is in for two days of breezy weather, according to the National Weather Service.
A southwest wind is expected to increase through Monday morning to reach sustained speeds of 17 to 22 mph. Peak gusts could reach 33 mph in parts of the Tri-Cities.
Tuesday winds should decrease some, but gusts could still hit 29 mph in the Tri-Cities, according to the weather service.
High profile vehicles could be buffeted by the wind. Leaves will blow, unless they get a good soaking.
The chance of rain Monday is 50 percent. No more rain is forecast for the work week, except for a slight chance of precipitation Wednesday.
Don’t expect to see much of the sun this week. The clouds will linger through the work week, but Thursday could be partly sunny.