Windy and cooler conditions are expected to day with the arrival of a cold front. The front will enter the northwest zones this morning, cross the I-20 corridor around midday, then exit to the southeast late this afternoon. A wind advisory has been issued for all of the region, as north winds of 20 to 30 MPH and gusts 35-40 MPH will develop behind the front. Windy conditions will continue into well into the evening, and the Wind Advisory runs from noon until midnight. Isolated storms are possible as the front encounters better moisture in the eastern counties. In addition, the dry and windy weather will create elevated grass fire danger across the west.