Hold on to your hat today

December 30, 2008 9:00:00 PM PST
The National Weather Service warns strong winds could whip parts of North Carolina Wednesday. It's issued wind advisories until 6 p.m.It means some trees and branches could fall, and drivers with large vehicles like campers and trailers should watch out they don't lose control or tip over.

The cause of the weather is a strong cold front moving across the state that's being followed by high pressure. The day will start out in the mid 50s and then drop into the 30s by late this afternoon.

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In the Raleigh/Durham area, sustained winds of 25 miles per hour are expected with gusts up to 40 mph. In the western mountain areas, the winds are expected to be much stronger.


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