The strong, cold trough moving south through California has certainly lived up to its wind potential. It's windy over much of California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona. Sustained winds of 20 to 40 mph are common across the four-state region with some gusts over 60 mph.
Here are the maps of the wind gusts during one hour early Tuesday afternoon.
Winds tomorrow will be down in California Wednesday but it will still be wind in Nevada, Utah and Arizona, tough not quite as windy as today.
Some of the coldest weather in a long time has been occurring and continued even to this morning.
This storm is going to bring about accumulating snow to places that don’t see it often.
In the citrus areas from the San Joaquin Valley to northern Ventura County expect a hard freeze in most area
a well established spoke of energy rotated northeast and is bringing some areas a LOT more rain than the sprinkle or light shower I predicted.
It looks like the Cascades of Washington will get some important snow Sunday and Monday.
Southern California looks like it will get wet Thanksgiving and Black Friday.