The rain and thunderstorms aren’t going anywhere. The National Weather Service Issued a FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect into at least Wednesday morning in Montgomery, Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Lehigh, Northampton, Berks, Lancaster and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania, as well as New Castle and Kent Counties in in Delaware.
Remember the heavy rain makes the already saturated ground more wet. The National Weather Service reports the round of rain will lead to the possibility of some larger rivers and creeks experiencing “significant rises” and possible flooding. Do not drive or walk through any flooded areas.
Look for mostly cloudy skies, very muggy air and more spotty downpours from passing showers and thunderstorms. Northern and western areas have the best chance of rain with less in South Jersey and at the Shore. Philadelphia’s high: 83. Shore: 82.
Forecast from 6ABC AccuWeather:
WEDNESDAY: It’s mostly cloudy and oppressively humid with numerous showers and thunderstorms. Some of these could push father to the east and closer to the Shore than in recent days. Flash flooding is again possible in some areas. The high is a muggy 79.
THURSDAY: It’s still warm and humid with a combination of sun and clouds. There’s still the chance of a spotty thunderstorm. High 87.
FRIDAY: Things begin to improve. We expect partly sunny skies through most of the day with any thunderstorm limited to the late afternoon and evening. It’s still very warm and somewhat humid with a high of 89.
SATURDAY: Look for partly sunny skies with the air turning a little less humid. A spotty thunderstorm is still possible during the afternoon, but most of the day looks dry. Our high touches 86.
SUNDAY: This is a partly sunny, less humid day and finally, we’re removing the chance of rain for at least one day! Look for a warm high of 86.