PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Multiple tornado warnings were issued across the region on Monday as severe storms moved through the area. Tornado warnings were in effect for parts of southeastern Pennsylvania, South Jersey and Delaware on Monday afternoon before expiring.
A tornado watch expired for the region at 7 p.m.
⚠️ A Tornado Watch has been issued for the Delaware Valley until 7p this evening. Conditions are favorable for the development of a tornado. If a warning is issued for your area, seek shelter immediately. @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/VvC65DF9d1
— Lauren Casey (@LaurenCBS3) November 30, 2020
Wind gusts with these storms could be in excess of 50 mph.
Lost of reports on strong wind gust along the jersey shore. Scattered outages are not out of the question as winds continue to gust to 50mph in spots. 🌬 We are with you on the news at noon for the update.
— Llarisa Abreu (@LlarisaAbreu) November 30, 2020
Much of the shower activity will come to an end by 7 p.m., though a spotty shower will remain possible into midnight.
The strongest wind gusts will diminish early in the evening.
On Tuesday, not much moisture will remain on the backside of the system across our area, but energy from the upper-level feature may generate a spotty rain shower in the morning.
For Tuesday afternoon and evening, an isolated snow shower may sneak its way into eastern Pennsylvania from the Great Lakes region on a strong northwesterly wind flow.
The best chance for a snow shower on Tuesday will be in the Poconos where we could see some very minor accumulations into Tuesday evening.
Wednesday will be mostly sunny, breezy and cold, with wind chills in the 30s all day.
This system is expected to bring significant snowfall over the lower Midwest, including Northwestern Pennsylvania — where up to a foot of snow by fall by Wednesday morning.
CBS3’s Llarisa Abreu contributed to this report.
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