70+ Winds For Christmas Day in New Jersey
While we all wish for a white Christmas we might be getting one of the windiest Christmases on record.
According to the National Weather Service, A strong storm system will impact our region through tomorrow morning with several weather impacts expected.
Heavy rain and warm temperatures leading to rapid snowmelt and areas of flooding, especially northwest of the urban corridor.
Southerly winds 35 to 45 mph with gusts up to 70 mph will take place on the Jersey Shore (the entire coast).
Southerly winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 55 mph possible inland. Scattered power outages and instances of tree damage are likely through-out the entire state.
Travel will be difficult especially in high profile vehicles. Isolated showers/storms could briefly enhance wind speeds even further
These isolated showers and storms may be accompanied by gusts of 60+ mph, causing isolated wind damage.
Moderate to heavy rain with amounts between 1 and 3 inches could take place and poor-drainage, and small stream flooding likely in the areas of heaviest rain.
Spotty minor flooding in shore points are possible due to strong southerly flow.
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