Frosty weather forecast for Washington | News
The National Weather Service says gusty winds should ease by late Monday morning in Western Washington but persist through the day in Eastern Washington, bringing the possibility of blowing dust that could reduce visibility for drivers.
Gusts have been recorded of 39 mph at Othello, 46 mph at Spokane and 47 mph at Wenatchee.
Forecasters say the winds will be followed by mostly clear skies that will drop temperatures. Forecasters say lows in Western Washington could drop below freezing with a chance of frost Tuesday morning. The lows in Eastern Washington this week are forecast in the 20s.