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UPDATE: Wind warning no longer in effect for Grande Prairie region

UPDATE #2: Environment Canada has called off the wind warning for the region. Winds gusting up to 50 kilometres an hour are still expected overnight.

UPDATE: A wind warning remains in place for the Grande Prairie and Whitecourt regions.

We’ve traded an extreme cold warning for a wind warning in the Grande Prairie area. Environment Canada has issued one for the Grande Prairie – Beaverlodge – Valleyview region due to strong winds.

They gusted as high as 76 kilometres an hour Sunday afternoon and more strong winds are expected across Alberta Monday. It will be worst in the southwestern part of the province but the GP area could see north winds reaching 70 kilometres an hour and gusting to 90.

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We could see building damage like to shingles and windows and loose objects could be thrown. Anyone driving should pay attention to the conditions.

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