PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- Leave the hat at home today, it might blow away!
Still, you'll want something to keep you warm as high winds are making the cold weather feel so much worse.
Expect high winds throughout the day Tuesday as a nor'easter continues to impact New England.
Wind is the biggest weather factor impacting your day today, and it's possible there will be downed branches and power outages depending on where you're located.
We're expecting wind speeds to increase as the day goes on - the afternoon is when the winds should be at their strongest.
There were scattered snow showers in the area over Lancaster County and parts of Bucks County, and some snow flurries in the city Tuesday.
Gusts starting at about 30 mph will increase to nearly 40 mph by mid-day. We could see gusts as high as 45 mph in the city and even upwards of 50 mph in other spots.
With those high winds, it's a good idea to secure any loose objects outside.
A, Pennsylvania and a Winter Storm warning is still in effect for Monroe County. You can read all the details here.
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