What to Expect From Today’s Storm

A powerful storm system out West is moving its way into our area, bringing a threat of severe and potentially dangerous storms. Check out our gallery to see what to expect from the storm.

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Animated radar provided by NOAA at 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
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A powerful storm system out West is moving into our area, bringing a threat of severe and potentially dangerous storms. Check out our gallery to see what to expect from the storm.
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Periods of rain will hit the area throughout the morning though there will be some periods of dryness and the potential for isolated thunderstorms. By noon however, strong thunderstorms will develop with the highest peak hitting at 5 p.m.
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The Philadelphia area and southward(South Jersey, all of Delaware) face the highest risk for tomorrow's storm.
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A flood watch is in effect for our entire area while a flood warning is in effect for Burlington County. Between 1 to 3 inches of rain is expected and the wet weather is expected to linger throughout the evening before it begins to taper off.
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Here's the U.S. Open Forecast.
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The storm is expected to bring damaging winds(60 mph or greater), large hail, flooding rains and a possible tornado. Check out the following images to find out what to do in case of a flash flood, flood, severe thunderstorm and tornado.
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In case of a flash flood warning, here's what to do.
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In case of a flash flood watch, here's what to do.
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In case of a flood warning, here's what to do.
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In case of a flood watch, here's what to do.
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In case of a severe thunderstorm warning, here's what to do.
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In case of a severe thunderstorm watch, here's what to do.
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In case of a tornado watch, here's what to do.
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