If you've been outside for a minute or even inside your house, you have heard the winds howling today across the Jersey Shore. Meteorologist Dan Zarrow has been talking about the crazy winds all day as well. He was forecasting gusts around 60 mph across the coast, and that has been true so far. In fact, as of early this evening the peak wind gust across our area came earlier this afternoon in New Gretna with a wind gust of 61 mph. How windy has it been in your town? We have a town-by-town breakdown of the peak wind gusts for today's nor'easter (so far).

The National Weather Service has a list posted that was last updated just before 7:30 on Monday night (January 23).

Ocean County
New Gretna - 61 mph wind gust reported at 1:23 pm
Tuckerton - 60 mph wind gust reported at 12:06 pm
Seaside Heights - 59 mph wind gust reported at 1:33 pm
Berkeley Township - 55 mph wind gust reported 1:32 pm
Harvey Cedars - 52 mph wind gust reported at 11:40 am
Mantaloking - 52 mph wind gust reported at 11:06 am
West Creek - 50 mph wind gust reported at 1:29 pm
Robert J. Miller Airport - 47 mph wind gust reported at 1:36 pm

Monmouth County
Sea Girt - 56 mph wind gust reported at 1:32 pm
Long Branch (just outside of Long Branch) - 56 mph wind gust reported at 12:26 pm
Belmar - 56 mph wind gust reported 3:30 pm
Allaire Airport - 54 mph wind gust reported at 1:49 pm

Get the complete forecast from Meteorologist Dan Zarrow right now as the Nor'Easter continues to pound our area.

Meanwhile, WOBM's Stormwatch is also reporting some delayed openings across our area for tomorrow morning. The list is continually updated overnight and through the morning.