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Gusty winds expected to let up by this evening


Last updated 4/27/2014 at Noon

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The gusty winds that have been blustering through San Diego County's mountains and deserts for the past couple days continued today, but forecasters expect them to begin letting up late tonight.

A National Weather Service wind advisory is in effect until 3 a.m. Monday for the mountains and deserts, where 20-30 mph winds and gusts of up to 50 mph are possible.

The strongest winds were expected early this morning and again late this afternoon through late tonight along mountain ridges and into adjacent desert slopes.

Forecasters said onshore flow would gradually weaken into Monday, but wou...

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