Strong winds will hit the New York City area on Monday, threatening flight delays and causing localized damage.
Gusts past 40 mph will blast the area through early Monday.
"Isolated power outages and wind damage could result due to the strong winds anticipated," AccuWeather Meteorologist Erik Pindrock said.
The highest gusts could down tree branches and power lines. Be sure to bring in any loose objects or any outdoor furniture to prevent further damage.
The strong winds are likely to cause flight delays at JFK, La Guardia and Newark on Monday.
Following the blast of wind and a round of morning rain, colder air will be ushered into the area by Monday night and Tuesday. AccuWeather RealFeel® temperatures will be as much as 20 degrees lower on Tuesday compared to Monday.
The chilly weather will stick around through midweek.
After a period of above-average temperatures dominated most of the Midwest and Northeast during much of April thus far, a complete reversal in the weather pattern is evolving this week.
A new round of thunderstorms will bring the risk of severe weather across parts of Texas and Oklahoma to the lower Mississippi Valley by the middle of the week.
Due to the positive feedback, the National Weather Service has expanded their former, experimental Impact Based Warnings to include the Southern region for the spring of 2015.
As residents are far from over with the recent cold winter across the Great Lakes, Mother Nature will bring the return of snowflakes to the region this week.
Global warming and climate change, two terms that are treated synonymously in most media coverage and casual debate, have been shown to spark different reactions from the American public.
Following strong to locally severe thunderstorms in part of the South Central states at midweek, the risk of violent storms will increase over the region on Friday.
Louisiana to Kansas to South Carolina (1883)
Tornado outbreaks with many funnels; over 200 killed; every building in Beauregard, MS, was destroyed.
Caribou, ME (1963)
4" of snow.
Havre, MT (1967)
Minus 14 degrees -- record April low.