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Slightly cooler with stronger winds to start the week

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV) - Breezy to windy conditions have developed across the area last night.

Winds will be slightly calmer tonight, however breezy conditions will persist into Tuesday.

By tomorrow winds will continue to come from the north with speeds of 10-20 MPH and the highest peak gusts of 25-35 MPH.

With the stronger winds, patchy blowing dust is possible before 10 am in Yuma county areas.

A warming trend is also likely through Friday or Saturday as high pressure builds across the Intermountain West.

By Sunday, a lower pressure system approaches the Desert Southwest where rain chances are possible.

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