Sunday chill has temps 30 degrees cooler, wind advisory

- Are you feeling the Sunday chill? Definitely, if you’ve been outside, and especially since Saturday reached a high of 72 degrees in Philadelphia.

The latest from FOX 29 Weather Authority meteorologist Scott Williams is that a wind advisory is in effect for our entire viewing area all day and night, until 6am Monday. We need to expect gusts of more than 40mph. That could knock down tree limbs and power line, which could cause power outages.

They came after a cold front swept through the region on Saturday afternoon. That sent temperatures plummeting by as much as 30 degrees in many areas.

Sunday’s high temperatures will not get out of the 40s but the wind chill will make it feel like the 30s for most of the day, and there are still a few flurries possible.

The average high for this time of the year in Philadelphia is 55.

Scott says this week will start with below average temperatures. Then, they’ll rise to near average for Thanksgiving. However, there will be a chance of showers on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

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