Southwesterly winds could gusts to 50mph, especially near the coast. With no leaves on the trees, there may only be some isolated power outages, but make sure the holiday decorations are secure! The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory effective until 5AM.

Yes, this is part of the same storm system which caused numerous deadly tornadoes to parts of the United States; however, we will get a much-weaker form.

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Just ahead of a cold front coming through that’s when we’ll likely those stronger winds.


Once the winds shift into the northwest (right around midnight), the winds should begin to subside a bit. However, some gusts of 25-35mph are still possible through dawn.

As far as rain, showers will continue through 2AM, then we should begin to dry out.

Temperature-wise, we’ll see the temps fall quickly toward dawn….into the low to mid 40s.

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Sunday morning will feature clearing skies as the rain continues to move away.

It’ll be much cooler, however! Highs Sunday will be in the mid 40s.

-Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo

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