Strong showers, isolated storms possible late Sunday, early Monday

     The cold frontal boundary passing through the region around sunrise Monday as seen in the latest GFS model output. (Image: Weather Underground)

    The cold frontal boundary passing through the region around sunrise Monday as seen in the latest GFS model output. (Image: Weather Underground)

    A strong cold front will pass through the New Jersey region late Sunday night into early Monday, forecasters said. 

    In a Hazardous Weather Outlook, the National Weather Service office in Mount Holly advises that a “narrow line of strong showers and isolated thunderstorms may produce damaging wind gusts.”

    There is a five percent chance of damaging wind gusts around sunrise Monday, according to the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center. 

     

     

     

     

     

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