PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for all of eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, and South Jersey on Sunday until 9 p.m. Damaging winds and large hail are possible as gusts could reach up to 70 MPH with frequent lightning.
⚠️👀 Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect for all of Eastern PA, including Philly, and northern DE until 9p tonight. Damaging winds & large hail possible. Stay weather aware. @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/PpVqz9oJTG
— Lauren Casey (@ClimateCasey) May 22, 2022
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The high on Sunday hit 93 degrees after the Philadelphia region saw record high temperatures on Saturday. The high on Saturday hit 97 degrees, which broke the record of 95 set in 1934. A Heat Advisory will expire at 6 p.m. on Sunday.Phillies' Bryce Harper Out Indefinitely With Broken Thumb After Being Hit By Pitch In 4-2 Win Over Padres
It was the hottest day since Aug. 12, 2021. Even though Sunday isn’t as hot as Saturday, make sure you find ways to stay hydrated. Limit your time outdoors, and wear loose clothes.MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Police Find Man's Body Burned, Possibly Shot In East Mount Airy
The heat breaks and temperatures return to the low and mid 70’s to start next week.