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Evening winds continue with cooler temperatures

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV) - A lower pressure system is centered over central California, which has led to breezy conditions for the Desert Southwest and also keeping our temperatures cooler than normal.

Strong winds, with gusts peaking up to 25-35 MPH, are expected through the rest of the afternoon and evening with stronger winds for Imperial County is expected.

A Wind Advisory is in effect for the Southwest corner of Imperial County, which includes Ocotillo where gustier winds will be until early tomorrow morning.

Cooler than normal temperatures are expected through the remainder of the week as daytime highs mostly remain in the mid to upper 90s each day.

Ongoing releases from Painted Rock Dam continue to travel down the Gila River through Yuma County.

Flood Warning along the Gila River between Painted Rock Dam and the Colorado River has been extended until at least June 13th.

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