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Storms Pummel Area, Leaving Behind Damage, Flooding -- And More Are Coming

A flood advisory was in place Sunday morning for much of the Greater Philadelphia area, including Burlington and Mercer countires in New Jersey, and Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania. NBC10 First Alert Meteorologist Krystal Klei has the details on what to expect in your neighborhood Sunday. (Published Sunday, July 31, 2016)

Heavy rains Saturday into Sunday and more rain expected prompted authorities to issue a flood advisory and flash flood warning throughout the Greater Philadelphia area for Sunday.

Sunday's early advisory lasted until 7:15 a.m. and covered Burlington, Camden and Mercer counties in New Jersey, as well as Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania.

A flash flood warning will remain in effect until 11 a.m. for portions of Burlington and Ocean counties in New Jersey. Flood advisories will also remain in effect until 11:45 a.m. for portions of the same counties.

Rain Causes Flash Flood Warning in Burlington CountyRain Causes Flash Flood Warning in Burlington CountyFlash flood warnings are in place until 11 a.m. for parts of Burlington and Ocean counties in New Jersey as heavy rain continues to pass through the area. (Published Sunday, July 31, 2016)

Parts of the Jersey Shore were hit hard, including Ortley Beach near Seaside Heights, where viewer video showed a car stuck in a flooded intersection.

The nearby Ocean County Airport reported it received more than 5 inches of rain in Saturday's storms.

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The wet weather also caused problems early Sunday on I-76 in Philadelphia, where water pooled on the highway causing lane restrictions and was likely to blame for at least one crash that temporarily shut down the road.

Periods of heavy and spotty rain are expected to continue throughout the morning, with a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms returning in the afternoon and early evening.

First Alert Weather: More Storms ApproachingFirst Alert Weather: More Storms ApproachingWe're waking up Sunday to heavy rain in some parts of the viewing area, and more storms are expected to move through during the day. NBC10 First Alert Meteorologist Krystal Klei has the forecast for your neighborhood, and details on when this rain will move out. (Published Sunday, July 31, 2016)

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