PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Our steamy and stormy pattern is on repeat Wednesday. We’ll have partly cloudy skies through the morning with temperatures rapidly rising.Police: 2 Teens In Car Shot At Red Light In Philadelphia's Olney Neighborhood
Scattered afternoon storms are scheduled to develop. These slow-moving storms could lead to localized flooding.
A Flood Warning has been extended through 5 p.m. for the Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford.
⚠️A Flood Warning has been extended through 5PM for the Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford. Flooding is still going on, at last check a car got stuck in flood waters. Please avoid this area all together. pic.twitter.com/HII5CQOZQb
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On Tuesday, at least two dozen water rescues were made in Chester County after a powerful storm caused flash floods around the region.
The unstable pattern continues through Thursday when a cold front will finally progress south through the region, bringing some relief from the heat and humidity.
Temperatures also cool off drastically by the end of the week, as winds shift from the east, keeping clouds and cooler temperatures around. By Friday, we drop back into the upper 60s low 70s with a gradual warmup through the weekend.MORE NEWS: Wawa, 2SP Brewing Company Team Up For Sunfest Strawberry Lemonade Shandy Beer
The weekend looks dry both days with a mix of clouds and sun.