The National Weather Service in Mount Holly warns that multiple threats can be expected over the next 24 hours. Tornadoes, damaging winds, and very large hail are possible from the South on Sunday into the mid-Atlantic by Monday. Very strong winds, severe weather, heavy rainfall, even coastal flooding on the Chesapeake. A strong storm system will approach our area Sunday night into Monday. The main hazards associated with this system will be strong to damaging wind gusts and the potential for severe storms on Monday. Additionally 1-2 inches of rain can be expectedDamaging winds, with large hail and even an isolated tornado are possible Monday with the severe storms. Monitor the latest forecasts and warnings for updates on this situation. Fasten loose objects or shelter objects in a safe location prior to the onset of winds.
As of 6:00 a.m. the National Weather Service in Mt. Holly is predicting wintry precipitation from Sunday, December 1st through Monday, December 2nd with rain today and tonight, changing to snow on Monday in parts of southern NJ, northern DE and extreme northeastern MD.. The snow may result in slippery travel conditions and there is some uncertainty that freezing rain will occur in our area. Please use caution when driving and remember that ice will develop on elevated surfaces, bridges, overpasses, trees and wires sooner than it will on roads and walkways.