SIOUX CITY -- Southwest winds gusting up to 35 mph are blowing into Sioux City Sunday afternoon.
The windy conditions has also resulted in a wind advisory for much of Northwest Iowa until 8 p.m. Sunday night.
Late Sunday night, south/southwest winds between 29 - 32 mph will switch to north/northwest winds of 25 - 31 mph during the overnight hours.
There will also be a 40 percent chance for scattered showers Sunday, according to Jenni Laflin, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls.
Laflin said the shifting winds is the result of a cold front arriving from the west, allowing for the possibilities of storms as well as cooler temperatures for Sunday night and Monday.
Sunday's low will be in the upper 30s and Monday's high will reach 55.
"For Monday, expect breezy conditions with northwest winds between 15 - 22 mph in the morning hours," Laflin said. "By Monday afternoon, the winds will decrease to 10 - 15 mph."
For the remainder of the week, expect partly cloudy or sunny days, with highs in the upper 60s. Nights will bring slight chances for precipitation and lows in the 40s.