Other than a few morning showers on Wednesday, most of the Delaware Valley can expect a dry day by the afternoon hours.
Wednesday morning the atmosphere will dry out, sunshine will gradually return and afternoon high temperatures will be comfortable, in the low 80s.
Thousands are without power with severe weather in our area.
Tuesday will be very similar to Monday, with strong thunderstorms popping up in the afternoon.
Thousands remain without power Tuesday following a round of severe thunderstorms.
A Flash Flood Watch continues through Tuesday evening for most of our area.
The rain and lightning struck fast and furiously throughout the region.
Much like we saw last Thursday in Ocean City, NJ. The high Monday will be 90 degrees.
The sun will have to battle for air time today, but especially Monday and Tuesday as clouds build and move in.
By Monday and Tuesday, we could be dealing with severe storms either day.
Don’t put away those sunglasses at night for the next few nights – we have SuperMoon looking down at us.
It will be at its fullest point tomorrow morning around 7:25 a.m.
Additional heavy rain was falling this evening in southern NJ and before the day is over, some parts of region may end up receiving close to 5″.
Thursday won’t be a bad day … you’ll just have to once again keep an eye to the sky during the afternoon hours.
As tens of thousands of people remained in the dark Wednesday after strong storms uprooted trees and took down power lines, hard-hit Delaware County started cleaning up.