A wind Advisory will impact the passes, mountains and deserts. The cold front passing by isn’t bringing any rain, only strong west-north-west winds. Occasional gusts will peak at fifty miles per hour, which could cause damage, like downed tree branches or power lines. Blowing sand across desert roads will reduce visibility.
The main impacts will be felt along the I-5 and HWY 14 in Los Angeles County. The winds should diminish by Friday morning.
In addition to the Wind Advisory, the National Weather Service in San Diego has also issued a High Wind Waring for the Coachella Valley until tomorrow morning. This means winds for the Coachella Valley will reach up to sixty-five miles per hour along the I-10 through the San Gorgonio Pass. The strong winds should relax by late Thursday morning.