A tornado touched down as severe storms moved through Bucks and Lehigh counties Wednesday afternoon.
At least three tornadoes touched down during strong storms that raked Pennsylvania, the National Weather Service said Wednesday, a day after heavy rain and high winds damaged homes in some areas.
Hundreds of schools across the region opened late Monday after a winter storm brought snow, rain and sleet to the area and tough travel conditions remain in some neighborhoods.
A mix of snow and rain is falling across the region and should get heavier going into the overnight hours.
The NBC10 First Alert Weather Team continues the FIRST ALERT until Tuesday evening due to flooding in parts of our area from waves of heavy rain.
The Watch was in effect for the entire area but was canceled in Pennsylvania shortly before 9 p.m. and canceled in Delaware and New Jersey shortly before 10 p.m.
Temperatures have been rising and the Philadelphia area is in one of its many heat waves of the season. It's important to keep cool, so here is a list of some cooling shelters.
Officials in over 50 Berks County towns say they were sold bad rock salt.
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