Severe thunderstorms last night brought high winds to the Delaware Valley and led to numerous reports of damage, mostly caused by downed trees and power lines.
The search for a man missing after his boat capsized in the Delaware River resumed Thursday morning.
A Heat Advisory is in effect for numerous counties in the Delaware Valley until 8 p.m. Wednesday.
The heat is certainly on for the first day of July. We expect highs to reach the 90 degree mark, but it will feel even warmer when you factor in dew point and humidity levels.
After an absolutely gorgeous weekend for the Delaware Valley, the heat and humidity return this week.
The sun returns today, but unfortunately will bring the humidity with it.
After a line of heavy rain and some strong showers moved through early this morning, things have quieted down for the morning commute.
After a messy week of weather, we have one more day to get through before dry conditions return.
The uneasy pattern of weather that we have been experiencing will continue on Wednesday, but it may indeed be the quietest day of the work week (and that’s not saying much!)
A horrifying scene caught on cell phone video at the Berkshire Mall in Wyomissing Thursday as the skylights shatter.
A weak disturbance may trigger a brief shower Sunday afternoon but even drier and nicer weather is expected for early next week.
The rain will be heaviest between 10am and 4pm, and end from west to east between 4pm and 8pm.
Warm air stays in place Tuesday, but a frontal boundary will back into our area from the Northeast, bringing more clouds and a possible shower or storm.
Today was Philadelphia’s warmest day since early October 2013.
Residents are assessing damage to their homes and businesses as near-record flood waters from the Brandywine Creek recede.