A potent and fast moving storm system is blowing through the region this morning.
Rain and storms moving through the area are causing headaches for many.
The severe weather has prompted flight delays averaging 45 minutes at Philadelphia International Airport, while schools in Philadelphia and elsewhere canceled extra-curricular activities.
Lincoln Drive will remain closed in both directions due to mud from earlier flooding on Tuesday.
Police rescued a mother and her baby from a car roof during flash flooding in Monmouth County Tuesday morning.
Numerous power outages were reported across the Greater Philadelphia Area due to the severe storms.
Severe storms are causing minor flooding problems that have delayed SEPTA trains in Philadelphia and prompted a tornado warning in at least one southeastern Pennsylvania county.
Flooding shut down multiple roadways in Delaware, with several roads remaining closed on Saturday.
There are several spots in Delaware and New Jersey reporting downed trees and flooding.
Yet another evening of storms is wreaking havoc on the Philadelphia region.
Once again, storms swept through the region on Tuesday, leaving downed trees and other damage in their wake.
There were a lot of close calls throughout the day as the storms moved through quickly and with little warning.
Motorists are asked to use alternative routes in these areas.
The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll, which takes place from 43rd to 50th along Baltimore Avenue, was called off via Twitter around 10 a.m. on Thursday.
A NWS meteorologist says the tornado has been classified as an EF0, the lowest level tornado.