By Monday and Tuesday, we could be dealing with severe storms either day.
Don’t put away those sunglasses at night for the next few nights – we have SuperMoon looking down at us.
It will be at its fullest point tomorrow morning around 7:25 a.m.
A lot was made about the Polar Vortex this past winter. It gained massive amounts of traction as a hashtag on Twitter and appeared in articles all over the web as a new phenomenon.
Additional heavy rain was falling this evening in southern NJ and before the day is over, some parts of region may end up receiving close to 5″.
Some 300 New Jersey state police and transportation department workers took part in a statewide hurricane drill today in Cumberland County to test their ability to get hundreds of thousands of people out of shore towns if the need occurs.
As tens of thousands of people remained in the dark Wednesday after strong storms uprooted trees and took down power lines, hard-hit Delaware County started cleaning up.
A cold front will be moving through the Delaware Valley tonight keeping the chance for some showers and storms.
As if temperatures in the 90s weren’t bad enough, Tuesday night’s powerful storm knocked out power in several Bucks County communities.
Residents and workers in Chester County try to get through the day without power.
Hundreds of thousands of power outages have been reported across the region and crews are scrambling to clean up the mess left by the powerful storms.
Severe weather is moving across the region Tuesday night, leaving many customers without power.
Severe thunderstorms will impact the area tonight, delivering a combination threat of severe wind gusts in excess of 60mph, very heavy localized downpours, and frequent cloud-to-ground lightning.
A hot and humid air mass continues to build into the region from a stronger southerly wind flow. Tonight will be muggy and warm with low temperatures in the 70s.
Changes in our weather pattern will occur this week, bringing back typical July weather.
Photos of the thunderstorm damage on July 15th, 2014.
Storm damage across the Delaware Valley on July 3, 2014.
Photos of hail across the Delaware Valley on Thursday, May 22, 2014.