Tornado watch released in the Deltaware Valley until 7 p.m. – CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – There will be severe storms in the Philadelphia region on Monday. Southeast Pennsylvania, South Jersey and Delaware are under tornado until 7pm

A tornado warning was issued for Kent County in Delaware by 3:45 p.m.

By 15:45, a severe thunderstorm warning was issued to Philadelphia and surrounding counties, including Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania; Gloucester and Salem counties in New Jersey; and Kent and New Castle counties in Delaware.

Some storms, especially along the Jersey Shore, report gusts of more than 50 miles per hour.

The rain has thinned, but the danger of severe weather remains.

Instability and significant amounts of wind energy threaten thunderstorms throughout the region, especially until mid-afternoon.

Some storms can be strong or severe with harmful winds. Isolated tornadoes are possible, the biggest threat over Delaware.

Disconnected wires and trees are also likely to lead to scattered power outages, especially in South Jersey and Delaware.

Most of the showering activity ends by 7pm on Monday, although a spotted shower is possible at night.

The strongest gusts moderate in the early evening.

On Tuesday, not much moisture remains on the back of the system throughout our area, but the energy of the top-level function can cause a spotty rain in the morning.

Tuesday afternoon and evening, an isolated snowfall could storm eastern Pennsylvania from the Great Lakes region in strong northwest winds.

The best chance of snowfall on Tuesday will be in the Poconos, where we could see very small accumulations until Tuesday night.

Wednesday will mostly be sunny, breezy and cold, in the 30s it cools all day.

This system is expected to bring significant snowfall in the lower Midwest, including northwestern Pennsylvania – where even a foot of snow can fall by Wednesday morning.


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