Are you suffering from the biting cold wind we woke up to on Monday and again today? Then you might want to stay in bed until Wednesday.
California — pretty much the whole state — will experience wind gusts up to up to 40 mph today.
In Lodi, 133 customers lost electrical power for two hours on Monday beginning at 10:44 a.m. in the area surrounded by Mills Avenue, Allen Drive, Lodi Avenue and Oxford Drive, according to city spokesman Jeff Hood. The outage was caused by a power line that went down, Hood said.
Today’s high in the Lodi area is expected to reach 77 today. But there could still be 40 mph wind guests, according to Paul Walker, a senior meteorologist with AccuWeather.com, a private forecasting firm.
The mountains will be windier. After winds of 55 to 60 mph in the Lake Tahoe-Reno area on Monday, the windstorm will head south, reducing in the mountains to 35 to 40 mph winds today, Walker said.
The good news: The Lodi area is expected to reach 83 degrees with little wind on Wednesday, and it will continue that way the rest of the week.