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Hazy, hot and humid conditions continue throughout the Philadelphia metropolitan region.
Early-morning runners were met with unusual heat for that time of day Monday as an Excessive Heat Warning remained in effect.
A City of Philadelphia "Heatline" call center opened at noon as a National Weather Service excessive heat warning went into effect for the region.
An excessive heat warning will be in effect for parts of the area Sunday afternoon into Monday night.
The weekend will feature huge jumps in both temperature and humidity. We’ve certainly seen hotter days in the past than I’m predicting for this weekend — but maybe not this summer.
Crews are still cleaning up the damage from Wednesday's flooding storms. NBC10's Cydney Long reports drivers in Absecon, Atlantic County drove right through the knee-deep waters.
Crews in Cumberland County are working to unclog drains after Wednesday's storms. NBC10's Drew Smith reports even the smallest clog can cause big problems.
Due to severe thunderstorms, Philadelphia International Airport has announced all flights will be on ground stop Wednesday morning until 8:45 a.m.
The region awoke Wednesday to heavy rainfall in many areas and localized flooding in some parts.
Folks in South Jersey and Pennsylvania used caution Tuesday as roads flooded as heavy rain and thunderstorms pounded parts of the area.
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