Severe Weather Threat Ends, Stormy Week Ahead - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Severe Weather Threat Ends, Stormy Week Ahead

Father's Day started off muggy but mostly dry, but by the late afternoon, conditions turned stormy in parts of the region before the system moved out.

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    NBC10 First Alert Weather: Stormy Week Ahead

    We're in for more storms during the work week. NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Steve Sosna has the forecast.

    (Published Monday, June 17, 2019)

    What to Know

    • Father's Day started off mostly dry, but by the late afternoon, conditions turned stormy in parts of the region before the system moved out.

    • There may be a stray shower or thunderstorm late Sunday but the threat for widespread severe weather has ended.

    • The wet weather is expected to stick around through the workweek.

    Storms have moved out of our region but we're in for more rain this week.

    Father's Day started off muggy but mostly dry, but by the late afternoon, conditions turned stormy in parts of the region before the system moved out.

    There may be a stray shower or thunderstorm late Sunday but the threat for widespread severe weather has ended. The NBC 10 First Alert Weather Team has cancelled the First Alert for Severe Weather this evening.

    More storms and potential severe weather and flooding are in the forecast next week. Clusters of thunderstorms are possible each afternoon and evening.

    Some may contain damaging winds and hail, but all of them pose the threat of creating localized flash flooding. The exact timing and location of these storms is still a bit uncertain, but the most likely time frame looks like late afternoon and evening. Stay with the NBC10 First Alert Weather Team or download the app for the latest details.