Wind warning for four Bay Area bridges

The Golden Gate and Bay bridges are under high-wind advisories for Saturday afternoon.

The California Highway Patrol issued the warnings for the two biggest Bay Area bridges, as well as the San Mateo Hayward Bridge and the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge.

Also, drivers of high-profile vehicles are being discouraged from traveling on some highways in Solano County due to the wind.

The National Weather Service also has a wind advisory in place throughout the Bay Area that is expected to expire at 5 p.m. Saturday.

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