By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —  A large, slow-moving coastal storm is moving south of the Philadelphia region Saturday ahead of Mother’s Day. Northeast winds will howl and gust as high as 60 MPH. 

Downed trees and powerlines are possible with the wind gusts, especially down the Shore. A Wind Advisory is in place for the Jersey Shore and Delaware through 5 a.m. on Sunday.  Philadelphia Weather: Coastal Storm Delivers Rain, High Winds Ahead Of Mother's Day

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A High Wind Warning is also in effect for immediate communities on the Jersey and Delaware coastlines through 5 a.m. on Sunday. It could be difficult to travel as wind gusts could reach 60 MPH.

Lastly down the Jersey Shore, a Coastal Flood Alert will take place for all areas along the shore and the Delaware Bay and River during high tide from 11 p.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. Flooding caused by rain could inundate low areas and roads. Make sure to park your car in a safe area that doesn’t flood before you head to bed Saturday night. 

Philadelphia Weather: Coastal Storm Delivers Rain, High Winds Ahead Of Mother's Day

Temperatures will hit a low of 43 on Saturday night. 

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The storm wobbles offshore Sunday on Mother’s Day with scattered showers in the morning, but rain will continue down the Shore. Some afternoon clearing is possible from northwest to southeast. 

Mother’s Day will be mostly cloudy and breezy after the showers end with a high of 52 degrees. 

Philadelphia Weather: Coastal Storm Delivers Rain, High Winds Ahead Of Mother's Day

Monday is looking dry but clouds will fill in, and it will be sunny for the remainder of the week. 

Temperatures will be around the 60s and 70s to near 80 next Friday.

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CBS3’s Lauren Casey, Alecia Reid, and Tammie Souza contributed to this report.