By Jan Carabeo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It started as snow, then turned into freezing rain, but now the Philadelphia region is dealing with the wind on Monday. Lingering effects from Sunday’s potent winter storm will continue in the area. 

A few scattered snow showers are possible through this evening. The snow showers won’t amount to much other than an additional dusting as drier air starts filtering back into the region.

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High pressure will start to build across the Northeast leading to a tight pressure gradient. As this occurs, the main weather threat becomes a prolonged period of gusty winds. Winds are expected to gust between 30 and 40 mph in and around Philadelphia, with some areas seeing isolated wind gusts of 50 mph.

The threat of scattered power outages and snapped trees are possible through Monday night. A wind advisory has been issued across a majority of the region through 1 a.m. Tuesday.

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Coastal flooding could also be a threat to low-lying areas Monday.

The weather will take a turn on Tuesday. You can expect it to be sunny and breezy.

The next chance of rain or snow arrives late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. Another shot of frigid arctic air arrives Thursday night and temperatures are expected to be back in the teens and single digits regionwide.

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Friday temperatures will not escape the 20s, but the day is trending dry, quiet and very cold.