Heavy Rain Moves in, Get Details on Stormy Weather

The NBC10 First Alert Weather team is tracking rain and storms for Thursday that bring the potential to be severe.

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NBC10 has issued a First Alert for Thursday's heavy rain. The NBC10 First Alert Weather Team is tracking periods of heavy rain, possible damaging winds and flooding throughout the day.
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As of noon Thursday some areas saw heavy rain and there were reports of thunderstorms.
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Take a look at the lightning strikes.
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Look at all those lightning strikes.
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These neighborhoods could see the worst of the storm mid-afternoon.
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A Severe Thunderstorm Watch remains in effect through the afternoon.
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A Flood Advisory threatened some of the suburbs and Lehigh Valley.
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Things could dry out in some areas by 3:30 p.m.
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The worst of the rain should be moving out this by 5 p.m.
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Winds are a concern along the coast through the afternoon.
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By mid-afternoon, winds are expected to be gusting up near 50 mph.
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Unfortunately, things aren't looking too much better. We'll be going from severe storms to a cool, damp Friday -- just in time for the Phillies Home Opener. For most of the morning we will just be seeing some clouds but it won't be staying that way.
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Rain creeps in as 3:30 p.m. rolls around but there are no thunderstorms to watch for on Friday.
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Light pockets of rain will be moving by around 3:30 p.m. -- right around start time for the Phillies game. The drizzle will eventually stop around 10:30 p.m., with clouds sticking around.
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If you're heading to Citizen's Bank Park, it's going to be breezy and cool for the entire game, with temperatures only in the high 40s at the first pitch.
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What can you expect after the rain moves out? There is warmer and sunny weather for much of the rest of the Phillies home stand. Go Phillies!
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