First Alert Weather

Isolated Storms Bring Threat of Damaging Winds, Downpours Monday Night

Be weather aware with a small risk or severe weather as rain and storms move through Monday afternoon and evening

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Isolated thunderstorms packing the potential for hail, damaging wind, heavy downpours and even a tornado are expected to roar through the Philadelphia region Monday night.

The NBC10 First Alert Weather Team issued a First Alert for the potential of stormy weather for the entire Philadelphia region Monday afternoon and evening.

Western and northern neighborhoods saw storms popping up around 5 p.m. The rain became more widespread during the evening rush, but the storms remain isolated to certain neighborhoods.

More of a string of rain and storms came through early in the evening. The storms should be gone at some point Tuesday morning.

Not every neighborhood will see strong storms and the threat is marginal, but we want to make sure everyone is prepared just in case. Be sure you have the NBC10 app downloaded and your phone charged up so you can get weather updates sent directly to your device.

Once the storms move out, expect a string of clear and calm days for the rest of the week.

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