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.
A man desperately clung on to the roof of his car, as rescue crews worked to help him in the West Branch of Brandywine Creek Thursday morning.
A FLOOD WATCH will continue into early Thursday.
Although most of the daylight hours are dry Friday, a new storm will trigger rain and likely thunderstorms closer toward evening.
The storm’s fierce winds left a mark in some parts of the region Tuesday, knocking down trees and power lines.
A potent cold front marching east will slice through the summer-like warmth of recent days.
The countdown is on! One last very mild day remains in our forecast before a potent Spring storm slices through all the warmth we’ve built up. Daytime highs will flirt with 80 degrees Monday, especially where there’s more sunshine.
Interesting fact: Philadelphia, Mississippi reported golf ball and egg-sized hail Sunday night.
A large and potent storm has been responsible for several days of severe weather, not to mention significant snow for the central portion of the U.S. However, the Delaware Valley will only have to endure a nuisance.
A new storm in Pennsylvania’s long, cold winter has added several inches of white to the green of St. Patrick’s Day and made the season the second-snowiest on record in Philadelphia.