PHILADELPHIA (CBS) Philadelphia (CBS) — The severe weather threat to Philly has been reduced. Philly region has largely diminished however, a few isolated storms might still roll across the region on Sunday night.
A bright, sunny Monday is in store after Sunday’s storms.
Keep an eye on our blog live below for updates live of the forecast for the Delaware Valley.
Sunny skies for Monday
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) Philadelphia (CBS)after a severe weather warning swept across Philadelphia’s Philly zone on Sunday afternoon, Monday is expected to be sunny and pleasant.
Temperatures are expected to reach a peak temperature of 76°F within the Delaware Valley.
The week will become cooler as it progresses.
Additionally the Tropical Storm Ian could bring plenty of rain along the east coast, after it moved across Florida during the week.
Follow CBS3 to get the most up-to-date information information on Ian as we follow the storm.
A few storms are likely to rip through the Philly area Sunday night
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) Philadelphia (CBS)The threat of severe weather in the Philadelphia region has largely decreased, but Meteorologist Llarisa abreu doesn’t rule out the possibility of isolated storms occurring on Sunday night.
A system that is moving from west to east may bring gusty winds.
The temperature is expected to drop to 60 degrees for Philly as well as in the Jersey Shore. In the meantime, it’ll be breezy and cold within Lehigh Valley. Lehigh Valley as temperatures drop to 54 degrees.
Hail and wind are the most important concerns in this cell.
The National Weather Service tweeted “Severe Thunderstorm Warning, including Browns Mills NJ, Croydon PA and Burlington NJ until 3:45 p.m.”
Warning of severe thunderstorms for our area
Weather Alert ALERTS TO WEATHER: Severe Thunderstorm Alert in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem County in NJ until 4:55 p.m.
ALERTS TO WEATHER Warning for Severe Thunderstorm Alert in Bucks County in PA until 3:45 p.m.
Time frame shift to prepare for severe storms
The timing for the severe storms that are expected to hit the area appears to be 3-8 p.m. Now, in contrast to 2-7 p.m. earlier. Although it doesn’t appear to be a typical extreme event, some storms could become strong or extremely severe, with destructive winds being the main worry.
The threat is decreasing at around 8. p.m. Sunday, giving the way to dry conditions to begin the week. A cooler, more comfortable air is expected on Tuesday and Thursday.
Ian’s track will affect the likelihood of rain over the next weekend.