A winter storm brought several inches of snow to parts of the region Sunday night, before turning over to rain.
The storm will continue to produce periods of heavy rain overnight and early Monday morning. At the same time, winds will strengthen, becoming especially strong between 11 pm and 3 am. Gusts 35-45+ mph are expected across the region, with pockets of damage possible if any tree limbs fall. The winds will weaken after sunrise Monday morning, but the day will still be windy with gusts around 25-35 mph. Even though the winds weaken by Monday morning, some minor coastal flooding will be possible during the morning high tide at the Jersey Shore and Delaware Beaches.
During the day Monday, temperatures will remain around the mid to upper 30s. A few spotty rain or snow showers are possible in the morning, but the area mostly dries out in the afternoon.
Tuesday highs only hit the upper 30s with a partly sunny sky.
By Wednesday, the temperatures take a welcome climb into the upper 40s. It will be dry during the day, but rain showers are possible at night. A few rain to snow showers are possible into Thursday morning, too.
PennDOT reduced the speed limits to the following Pennsylvania roadways due to the storm:
Interstates: 76, 95, 295, 476, 676, 78, 80, 81, 176, 380
U.S. Routes: 1, 30, 202, 422, 22, 209, 222, 422
State Routes: 63, 100 Spur, 309, 33
Monday: Early morning rain, drying out by sunrise with a few spotty showers lingering. Windy all day. Afternoon clearing. High 47 early morning, then falling into the 30s through the day
Tuesday: Mix of sun and clouds. High 37
Wednesday: Not as cold. Turning mostly cloudy with a possible rain/snow system at night. High 48
Thursday: A few rain/snow showers possible in the morning. Then drying out and cold. High 38
Stay tuned for a clearer picture of the storm as it gets nearer. And be sure to download the NBC10 app for the latest forecast and weather alerts.