Strong will lead to another round of blowing and drifting snow on Friday.
The primary concerns will be in and around Cascade and Judith Basin Counties.
The reason behind the continued wind on Friday is due to a passing cold front.
This system isn't expected to do much in the way of temperatures, we'll continue to see highs in the low 40s for most.
Breezy conditions will continue on Saturday before yet another batch of cold air moves into the state.
This cold front will meet up with Pacific moisture early Sunday, in turn kicking off wide spread snow.
Although widespread, the overall accumulations are expected to be pretty minimal through Monday.
The cold temperatures will last through the first portion of next week before a strong high pressure system takes over.
This incoming ridge of high pressure will help to bump temperatures back into the 40s by Thursday of next week.