I’ve seen different forms written in articles:
Wegen starken Winden
Wegen starken Windes
Wegen starke Winde
Wegen zu starken
I’m confused honestly. I haven’t fully grasped the concept of Genetiv case yet. Also I heard from people around and also the comments below that Dativ is also used with wegen, but I should try to avoid it in writing or formal speech, right?
Adding the context: I wanted to make a sentence to express, “Due to the strong winds, the gondola is not in service today / Due to the strong winds, the gondola is not running today.”