Downed trees and power lines have caused power outages in the area.
Heavy rain is expected this weekend as remnants from Tropical Storm Bill spin eastward into the Delaware Valley. A Flood Watch is in effect for our entire region Saturday evening through Sunday because of the threat of downpours and flooding.
Storms swept through the region on Monday, bringing heavy rain and causing flash flooding.
The northbound lanes of Interstate 476 between Broomall/Upper Darby (Exit 9) and Saint Davids/Villanova (Exit 13) were shut down for about an hour after a night of heavy rain.
Police in Toms River, Ocean County rescued roughly two dozen drivers Thursday afternoon, after powerful rain and hail hit much of the area. Many roads are still flooded.
Rising temperatures were helping melt the snow, but hindering some from getting around parts of Philadelphia on foot Saturday.
Towns had time to prepare for this one, and the storm itself didn’t hit as hard as predicted.
More than ten years and $27 million later, one of Bucks County’s largest-ever flood mitigation projects has come to end with a ceremony along the Neshaminy Creek.
A new report by the Union of Concerned Scientists projects that in the next three decades years, Philadelphia could go from about 19 tidal flooding events per year to more than 200.
Scattered strong to possibly severe thunderstorms will continue to impact the Delaware Valley overnight.
Some storms will contain heavy downpours and the possibility of small hail.
PECO is reporting close to 600 customers are in the dark at this hour in the five counties.
The oldest and largest high school rowing regatta in the world, but all eyes on the forecast as the region is under a flash flood watch with 1-2 inches of rain in the forecast.
It happened in East Fallowfield Township, Chester County.
A random tire plunges over the dam, destined to join a swirling pile of wood, plastic, and whatever else a swollen Schuylkill sucked up during this week’s flooding.