It didn’t feel like the middle of August this weekend with very low humidity levels and high temperatures slightly below average. If you enjoyed the weather, you will enjoy Monday’s conditions.
Some small stream and urban flooding is possible tonight in any slow moving showers and thunderstorms.
A storm system currently situated over the Midwest will impact the region with rain and thunderstorms on Tuesday
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Scattered strong to possibly severe thunderstorms will continue to impact the Delaware Valley overnight.
After temperatures below average the past few days, typical late July weather returns for the rest of the weekend.
Wednesday marks the 13th day of the year where temperatures have topped 90 degrees. This number is actually pretty low.
Residents of Voorhees, New Jersey are assessing the damage left behind from a strong line of thunderstorms that rolled through the area late Monday night.
Thousands remain without power Tuesday following a round of severe thunderstorms.
A Flash Flood Watch continues through Tuesday evening for most of our area.
As if temperatures in the 90s weren’t bad enough, Tuesday night’s powerful storm knocked out power in several Bucks County communities.
Hundreds of thousands of power outages have been reported across the region and crews are scrambling to clean up the mess left by the powerful storms.
Severe thunderstorms will impact the area tonight, delivering a combination threat of severe wind gusts in excess of 60mph, very heavy localized downpours, and frequent cloud-to-ground lightning.
As Arthur spins by our coastline Friday morning, the emphasis of heavy rain will be in NJ and DE. Gradual improvement will occur Friday afternoon as Arthur pulls away and sunshine will return from west to east.
The CBS3 weather team counted over 10,000 lightning strikes since 6pm as storms were still raging furiously over New Jersey. Numerous house fires were sparked by lightning strikes across the region.