As Arthur spins by our coastline Friday morning, the emphasis of heavy rain will be in NJ and DE. Gradual improvement will occur Friday afternoon as Arthur pulls away and sunshine will return from west to east.
Because of the severe weather, PECO reports that about 155,000 of its customers were without power Thursday night.
PECO is reporting that around 1,300 customers in our area are still without power as of early Thursday morning.
The CBS3 weather team counted over 10,000 lightning strikes since 6pm as storms were still raging furiously over New Jersey. Numerous house fires were sparked by lightning strikes across the region.
July is off to a busy start here in the weather department and there’s lots to talk about – heat, humidity, a slowing front, gusty storms, heavy rain, rough surf, rip currents, and let’s throw a HURRICANE into the mix for good measure! And this is all within the next three days!
It’s a significant development that would net the financially troubled church in Philadelphia some $95 million.
July starts off with a bang across the Delaware Valley as temperatures soar into the 90’s with heat index values reaching the triple digits – and as if the excessive heat and humidity weren’t enough, we may have to deal with tropical trouble by the end of the week as potential Tropical Storm Arthur moves up the East Coast.
The happened around 5:30 a.m. near the Wawa store along Cypress Street.
Philabundance is asking home gardners to donate any excess fruit and vegetables from their harvest.
After four years of stalled contract negotiations, the clock is ticking again, but the next inflection point may be a month from now.
Summer arrives tomorrow morning at 6:51am EDT. This is the moment when the sun shines directly on the Tropic of Cancer or the imaginary latitude line 23° 26′ north of the Equator.
Showers have now cleared the region and cooler, less humid air is arriving. We’ll enjoy a fabulous Friday with highs in the low to mid 80’s and lower humidity.
After last week’s media exposure, three more alleged victims came forward and told police that, while they were Anton Fomin’s students, he showed them pictures of nude children and adults.
Showers and thunderstorms will approach from the west overnight and arrive by dawn on Thursday and the streak of 90s will end tomorrow as a cold front brings cooler temperatures.
The incident was reported shortly before 5:30 p.m. on the 3400 block of Saint Peters Road in Warwick Township.