thanks for joining us, i'm denise nakano. we're gotting reports from pico that 350 customers have lost power due to the wind. let's go to first alert meteorologist erica martin who is tracking the changes. what can you tell us? >> we have a lot going on right now. of course the frontal boundary causing a lot of havoc right now. if you look at the bottom of the screen. you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. because there's lots to go over. so if you talk about the wind i'll get to it in a moment. right now satellite and radar giving us a great perspective of the rain/snow line. the blues and purples and pinks denoting we have a wintry type of precipitation starting to gather. hazleton has reported flurries, it looks like seeing a change over for petlake park seeing a change, so keep in mind that conditions are starting to get colder as the temperatures start to drop. >> expecting wind gusts to top out at 50 miles per hour. coming up in the full forecast, more to talk about. because we have all of the wintry precipitation
i'm denise nakano. we begin with meteorologist erica martin who is tracking this weather. >> temperatures for today were mainly in the 30s and 40s. but those wind speeds and wind gusts made all the difference. top sustained wind speeds at 37 miles per hour at philadelphia international airport. top wind gusts, 46 miles per hour. and the winds are not dying down right now. we're still seeing really strong westerlies and northwesterlies. coatesville, 25 miles an hour winds. if you look at the bottom of your screen you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. upper 30s to low 40s in and around the philly metro area. it's about these feels-like temperatures. we're still taking into consideration just how strong the wind speeds and wind gusts are. so it actually feels like it's more like in the low to mid-20s in and around the philly metro area. 22 for allentown. 22 for doylestown, and trenton, it feels like a really cold, below the freezing mark 25 degrees. and it's going to feel colder by tomorrow morning.
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