It's going to be a cold and windy Sunday.

As a cold snap settles over the Hudson Valley, the National Weather Service issued a wind advisory, warning of 22 mile per hour winds and gusts as high as 45 miles per hour through midnight Sunday.

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Temperatures are expected to drop, peaking at about 29 degrees on Sunday and a bone-chilling 15 degrees overnight, according to forecasts.

The wind advisory covers most of southern Westchester County; counties to the north, including Dutchess and Ulster, will see blustery winds and even colder temperatures, with Sunday's forecast calling for highs in the mid-20s.

Monday will bring much of the same, with temperatures peaking at the freezing mark and slightly less forceful winds, the weather service said.