Hold on to your hats and everything else on Wednesday

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Gusty winds reaching 30-40 mph are possible Wednesday afternoon in the aftermath of a strong low pressure system that will be responsible for today’s rain, according to the National Weather Service./NWS Gusty winds reaching 30-40 mph are possible Wednesday afternoon in the aftermath of a strong low pressure system that will be responsible for today’s rain, according to the National Weather Service./NWS Gusty winds reaching 30-40 mph are possible Wednesday afternoon in the aftermath of a strong low-pressure system that will be responsible for today’s rain, according to the National Weather Service.

According to a hazardous weather outlook posted by the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center, northerly winds re expected to gust up to 40 mph Wednesday.

The winds are a result of the counterclockwise flow around a low-pressure system that will march through the Great Lakes region today, Tuesday, April 22.

The hazardous weather advisory is for New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and eastern Maryland.

Gusty winds from 20-30 mph are expected to continue during day Thursday, April 24, the National Weather Service said.

Tuesday rain

Even though the sun is shining, don’t put away your umbrella just yet.

A cold front that is attached to the Great Lakes low-pressure system will is forecast to begin delivering rain to the South Jersey area this afternoon.

Despite afternoon sunshine, rain will move thorugh South Jersey around 8-9 p.m. Tuesday, April 22./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Despite afternoon sunshine, rain will move thorugh South Jersey around 8-9 p.m. Tuesday, April 22./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Spotty showers are expected to form first. The main line of rain will move through the area around 8-9 p.m., according to future rainfall imagery.

The rain should clear the coast by midnight.

 


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