By Tammie Souza

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —  Thursday begins with a mix of clouds and sun. A disturbance rolls past from the west and triggers several clusters of strong and severe storms after 2 p.m.

There’s a Slight Risk for severe weather on Thursday for Philadelphia, areas along the I-95 corridor, all of Delaware and South Jersey. Damaging winds and large hail are once again the main threats. The chance of a tornado remains low.

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The storms will exit the shore some time after 10 p.m.

Remember to always have a safety plan that includes a safe spot to shelter and a meeting place after the storms have passed.

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Make sure children home alone in the afternoon know what to do.

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Finally, download the CBS3 weather app to check the radar and be instantly alerted to severe storms in your area.