Forecasters say a category EF-1 tornado touched down Thursday near Montoursville and an EF-0 tornado touched down in Selinsgrove, both in central Pennsylvania.
After another night of severe storms rolling through the area, the weekend is looking great!
Storms moved through the area Thursday night, leaving behind damage and power outages.
Sources tell KYW Newsradio that hard-hit towns have compiled more than $20 million in infrastructure damage and cleanup costs, which meets a FEMA threshold for providing assistance.
Two weeks after a powerful storm hit Washington Township, Gloucester County Mayor Barbara Wallace says debris is pouring into the streets, causing a hazard.
Tuesday is going to be a hot, steamy, summery day.
It has also been a little misty in some spots, but any light showers have now fizzled, leaving only grey skies.
It’s a quiet Delaware Valley morning, but there is some activity looming south of the region.
Around 2:11pm, an EF-1 tornado packing winds of up to 95 mph briefly dropped down in Honey Brook, PA.
The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has confirmed a tornado near Honey Brook in Chester County on Tuesday.
Numerous videos of what witnesses believe to be a tornado were posted to Youtube and social media accounts, but an official determination can only be made by NWS and that won’t happen until later in the day.
Philadelphia will close out June on a fairly average note, in what has been a wet and slightly warm month overall.
Tomorrow will mark the 26th ‘leap second’ in history.
Monday morning’s temperatures are cool, but daytime highs will eventually warm into the low 80s in Philadelphia.
The forecast of heavy rain this evening prompted the schedule change.
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.