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WINDY WEEK: Area under wind advisory until Tuesday; chance for 1st snow of season

October 29, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — While much of the east coast is buckling down for Hurricane Sandy, many states in the tMidwest will also be feeling the effects of the storm.

A wind advisory goes into effect this afternoon until Tuesday evening, and also brings the chance for snow, with highs in the mid-40s for most of the week.

Wind speeds are predicted to reach 45 mph.

While area meteorologists say the ground is too warm for accumulation, cold temperatures and rain may pose the perfect storm for the season’s first snow.

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