NBC10, Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz, Bill Henley
The rain might be gone, but we're still seeing flooding and very strong winds. A Wind Advisory is in effect until 6 p.m. Thursday.
A Wind Advisory that is in effect for most of our viewing area has been extended from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Thursday.
Meteorologist Bill Henley says that the wind has picked up and that winds are gusting higher than 50 mph this morning.
In Philadelphia, we've seen gusts as high as 52 mph.
We're seeing temperatures in the 40s now -- down from the 50s, but strong winds are causing temps to drop. This afternoon, they'll drop as low as the 30s and although winds are expected to die down, they could still gust up to 45 mph this afternoon.
Strong winds and heavy rain overnight have left many residents without power Thursday morning.
Atlantic County: 2,100
Burlington County: 85
Camden County: 1,038
Cape May County: 371
Cumberland County: 376
Salem County: 59
New Castle County: 715
Berks County: 16
Chester County: 3
Lancaster County: 851
Lehigh County: 701
Montgomery County: 26
PECO is reporting scattered outages. as is PSE&G.
PECO recommends using flashlights and unplugging appliances in the event that your power goes out. They also recommend keeping your refrigerator and freezer closed. If you're going to use a generator, put it outside.