First Alert Weather

First Alert Canceled; Gusty Storms, Showers Possible Into Evening

A chance of thunderstorms lingers Sunday through 10 p.m.

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What to Know

  • Be weather aware Sunday as there is a chance for showers and thunderstorms throughout the Philadelphia region.
  • A First Alert, initially issued for for locally damaging winds, hail and a weak tornado, has been canceled. 
  • Ahead of the stormy weather, temperatures rose to the high-70s with partly sunny skies.

Partly sunny skies and early-autumn temperatures didn't last too long on Sunday afternoon, but the storms and showers that moved through our area didn't stay, either.

The NBC10 First Alert Weather Team has canceled the First Alert initially issued for severe storms through the entire Philadelphia region until 10 p.m. Sunday.

The fast-moving system packed the potential for locally damaging winds, hail and even a brief or weak tornado. However, after it dumped rain through the Philadelphia and southern New Jersey region, it quickly moved out of the region.

Some showers and gusty, isolated storms may still linger across New Jersey and Delaware, as well as the southern Jersey Shore points, through 11 p.m. Sunday.

The majority of the storms are likely to clear before midnight, but leftover storms should exit the area by 1 a.m. 

Be sure to have the NBC10 app downloaded to get any severe weather alerts and the latest forecast wherever you may be.

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