By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia region is under a Marginal Risk for severe weather on Sunday. Isolated strong to severe storms could roll through the area.

Areas north and west of the city have the best chance to get hit with severe weather. The main threats will be damaging winds, downpours, and isolated flooding. 

Philadelphia Weather: Delaware Valley Could See Damaging Winds, Downpours, Isolated Flooding Sunday

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Dy air and mostly cloudy skies will continue to stabilize the atmosphere through mid-afternoon with isolated showers possible. 

Another disturbance approaches late Sunday with a chance of bringing gusty thunderstorms through the evening and overnight hours. This will be the best chance of storms turning severe. 

Philadelphia Weather: Delaware Valley Could See Damaging Winds, Downpours, Isolated Flooding Sunday

The chance of a tornado is now very low. 

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Monday will be filled with a patchy fog and shower early, then partly sunny with isolated showers and storms. 

On Tuesday, there will be early morning showers and then it’ll be warm with partly sunny skies.  

Philadelphia Weather: Delaware Valley Could See Damaging Winds, Downpours, Isolated Flooding Sunday

CBS3’s Llarisa Abreu and Tammie Souza contributed to this report.

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