Fierce winds will be with us for a few days says Scott Landis with the Weather Channel. "That wind is really going to be picking up for the remainder of today and by 7 o'clock this evening, there is a wind advisory in effect. And the wind is not going to ease up very quickly. In fact, that wind advisory is going to go all the way through Wednesday morning, until about 7 a-m." Landis says during that time there could be sustained winds of up to 35 miles an hour; and if you're traveling in the foothills, there could be gusts of up to 60 miles and hour. But, the temperatures over the next two days will be much warmer and we could see highs in the low 50's. He says that Thanksgiving Day will be chillier, with highs in the 30's and a mixture of rain and snow showers.