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A Very Windy Monday, Slippery Conditions as Rain Gives Way to Gusts

Rain will move out but wind will remain.



    NBC10 First Alert Weather: Gusty Monday

    You'll be feeling some strong wind when you walk out the door Monday, but how long will they stick around? NBC10 meteorologist Bill Henley has the answers and your Halloween forecast.

    (Published Monday, Oct. 30, 2017)

    After a soaking Sunday, expect a blustery start to the week.

    Heavy rain continued to fall through the overnight hours as the storm system moves through. The rain then gave way to strong winds that could make trees left vulnerable by saturated soil a fall danger. Snapping branches could take down power lines as well.

    Winds may hit peak gusts of 35 mph — especially at the Jersey Shore — and temperatures won't climb out of the 50s, so be prepared to bundle up.

    Here’s how conditions are forecast to be through Monday:

    Wind 1, Umbrella 0

    [PHI] Wind 1, Umbrella 0: Gusty Conditions to Start Work Week

    The wicked weather is impacting travel this morning. NBC10's Katy Zachry has the details on what you could expect for your commute. And, her umbrella has already lost.

    (Published Monday, Oct. 30, 2017)

    Give yourself some extra time as slippery conditions should be expected. SEPTA warned Regional Rail riders to expect possible delays due to slippery rails.

    Near daybreak, the rain started to taper off west to east and break up. Winds will continue as the storm moves out. Gusts up to 43 mph already hit some South Jersey neighborhoods Monday morning.

    Howling winds will take hold with gusts across the region and higher gusts along the Jersey Shore. Tree limbs and wires could come crashing down, so take care as you walk, bike and drive. Also, it's a good idea to tie down those Halloween decorations and trash cans.

    By midday there were more than 4,000 PECO outages and other scattered outages around the region.

    You’ll definitely need the jacket as well. High temperatures will only get to the mid-50s.

    Check back over the week through the free NBC10 app to learn of any changes to the forecast. In the app, you can also track the storm with live radar and get alerts when severe weather is headed your way.