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Stronger Gusts Expected Wednesday as High Wind Advisory Continues

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The National Weather Service reports that wind speeds topped 30 mph Tuesday around the Bay Area and is forecasting a burst of even stronger winds Wednesday.

The strongest winds Tuesday were recorded at 61 mph at elevations above 2,000 feet in two locations: in the mountains south of San Jose west of Highway 17 and in northern Sonoma County west of Cloverdale.

"Another burst of stronger winds is expected by Wednesday morning with higher gusts possible, especially in the higher terrain," according to an update posted at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday by the National Weather Service.

The high wind advisory remains in effect until Thursday morning.

Brace for windy weather and potential power outages. The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for parts of the Bay Area over the next few days. Jodi Hernandez reports.
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