Incredibly heavy rains brought extensive flooding to the region Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Once this storm is out of here, we clear out by the afternoon and then we’ve got a stretch of sunny, beautiful weather to look forward to right through the weekend, with highs in the 80’s and lots of sunshine.
A weak disturbance may trigger a brief shower Sunday afternoon but even drier and nicer weather is expected for early next week.
Low clouds and fog will linger into Thursday morning, reducing visibility and creating a slow commute for some of us.
The incident was reported around 9:50 p.m. at Main Street and Leverington Avenue.
Flood Warnings remain in effect for most of the area as heavy rain pounds the region.
Farther northwest near Perkiomen Creek, road closure signs dotted Skippack Pike.
The heavy rain that has been slamming our region has caused some flooding and traffic delays in the area.
The creek runs right behind several homes. Will Levasseur has been keeping a close eye on the rising water levels.
The rain has been falling heavily all day, with many areas checking in with over two inches of rain.
A FLOOD WATCH will go into effect early Wednesday and continue into Thursday morning.
It has been a roller coaster week in weather and the ride is not over.
Flooding shut down multiple roadways in Delaware, with several roads remaining closed on Saturday.
The weather needs a new calendar. It’s acting like April even though we are deep into winter.
Heavy rain hammered streets and stopped at least one driver in his tracks.