The winds are howling this Sunday and halfway point of November! We are currently under a strong High Wind Warning that lasts until 3:00 PM this afternoon. Sustained winds of 25-30 mph with gusts now up to 60mph anticipated. We’ve already received reports of trees down on area trails. Use caution while out and about in these conditions today until the winds subside in a few hours. A quick cold front will push through around lunch time bringing a slight chance of rain, but once it passes temperatures will begin to drop. We’ll be feeling much cooler temps the next few days and get well below freezing at night. Fortunately we’re looking at a solid streak of sunny days this coming week, but folks will still need to be wary of possible ice on the trails in the morning as we dance through the daily freeze/thaw cycle. Tonight and tomorrow morning there will be a break in the strong winds, but they are expected to ramp up again Monday night. We’ll pass along specific details of post-storm trail conditions as we receive them, but in the meantime, be cautious out there.