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.
Maysak has become a super typhoon over the Pacific Ocean and will bring life-threatening conditions to Yap and the Philippines.
While portions of the mid-Atlantic have enjoyed a day or two of spring warmth in March, most of New York and New England will finally break out of the persistent winter chill.
A widespread severe weather threat will target the central Plains on Wednesday afternoon after spotty severe storms in the South into Tuesday evening.
A storm will accompany a press of chilly air during the first part of the Easter Weekend with rain and even accumulating wet snow in some locations of the Midwest and Northeast.
A storm that will first spread showers from Scotland and England across to Germany on Friday will then bring a steadier, soaking rain to eastern Europe and the Balkan Peninsula on Easter Weekend.
Residents across the Bay area can expect sunshine and dry weather through the holiday weekend.
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