It's been a stormy start to the work/school week.
Gusty thunderstorms moved through earlier packing gusty winds and dropping nickel size hail in some spots. A majority of the storms were in southern New Jersey and Delaware. But parts of Pa. saw them, too.
Here's a look at some of the hail reports:
0.25 Inch - Kulpsville, Pa.,
0.25 Inch - Manayunk, Pa.,
0.25 Inch - Ocean City, N.J.
0.50 Inch - Lindenwold, N.J.
0.88 Inch - Vineland, N.J.
Moving forward, the Flood Watch has been cancelled for the entire area. That being said, there still could be some local heavy downpours that cause street flooding in poor drainage areas.
Also, a few thunderstorms are still possible, but the widespread thunderstorm activity is offshore at this point.
The rain will come to an end this evening and next up is cooler air. Temperatures Tuesday will remain in the upper 40s, low 50s.