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Reports of Downed Limbs Throughout Area After Fast-Moving Storms

A line of thunderstorms tore down some tree limbs as it moved through the Philadelphia suburbs Sunday night

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What to Know

  • Wind gusts of 60 mph were recorded in the Philadelphia area Sunday night as a line of storms moved through
  • Some limbs were reported down in the wake of the storm
  • The worst had moved through by about 8:40 p.m.

A line of storms brought gusts of wind measuring 60 mph to the Philadelphia area Sunday evening, leaving downed limbs and scattered power outages in their wake.

Parts of the area were under a severe thunderstorm warning for the early evening, though most of those warnings had expired by 9:45 p.m. See all weather alerts here.

Scattered power outages were reported, with about 20,000 PECO customers losing power, mostly in Chester County. About 6,000 PP&L customers in the Lehigh Valley lost power.

The storms had brief, blinding downpours and extreme wind gusts.

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