North winds started howling late Tuesday night as a cold front moved through southern Nevada before midnight.
The front also brought some rain and snow showers, but quickly moved east and skies will be sunny Wednesday.
A Wind Advisory is in place for all of southern Nevada into northwest Arizona and southeast California until 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Dangerous crosswinds are expected for high-profile vehicles, campers, and motorcycles. Blowing trash, areas of dust, and other hazards will make driving especially challenging for everyone.. Keep both hands on the steering wheel. Secure loose items around your yard and patio. And turn off sprinklers to save water.
Temperatures will stay extra chilly for a couple of days, staying well below normal. Warmer 70s will arrive by St. Patrick’s Day on Sunday.