Drivers had to be rescued from flash flood waters late Monday as a strong line of storms pushed through the Philadelphia region.
A Flash Flood Warning was also in effect for Philadelphia and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania as well as Burlington and Camden counties in New Jersey until 12:15 a.m.
Several water rescues were reported in Camden Monday night, including 2nd and Walnut streets, 8th Street between Atlantic and Thurman avenues, Harrison Avenue at 17th Street, River Avenue at Federal Avenue and Delaware Avenue at Federal Street.
Downpours with hail and damaging wind have also led to power outages. As of 10:30 p.m., there were 775 power outages in Montgomery County, 582 outages in Delaware County and 103 outages in Philadelphia.
You want to make sure to charge your phone and devices during the day Monday and download the NBC10 app, that way you can still get the latest weather alerts, forecast and news from NBC10 News, even if you lose power overnight.
Looking Ahead to Sunny Weather
The showers should mostly be gone before daybreak Tuesday. A few showers are possible Tuesday morning, then the breeze picks up and the humidity begins to fall later in the day. Tuesday highs reach into the lower 80s.
A stretch of gorgeous, sunny warm outdoor weather arrives for Wednesday and Thursday. The humidity will be low and afternoon temperatures will be in the 70s.