PHILADELPHIA (WTXF/AP) - The fast-moving weather disturbance moved out of most of our area and we're getting a look at the damage done.
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The lunchtime lightning round of storms in Philadelphia, the Lehigh Valley, and New Jersey toppled trees and power lines, and many people saw hail.
Roughly 14,000 people in South Jersey had no power as of Wednesday afternoon, but nearly all those customers were expected to have their service restored by Wednesday night.
SEPTA suspended service on the Trenton and Chestnut Hill West regional rail lines due to downed Amtrak wires. Click here to find alternate travel options.
Camden Riverline service was briefly suspended between the Pennsauken Transit Center and Route 73 in Pennsauken due to a downed tree blocking the tracks.
Click here for updated warnings, by county, on the Weather Authority Alerts page.
The line of showers and thunderstorms has been moving east.
The main concerns, besides heavy rain, are gusty winds to 60mph and lightning. There's also the potential for small pea-sized hail.
FOX 29 meteorologist Scott Williams predicts the 1:05pm Cubs/Phillies game will go on, but seats will be wet.
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DEVELOPING NEWS: Stay with the FOX 29 Weather Authority and Fox29.com for updates as necessary.
S. Church between Fellowship & Rt. 38 closed due to a tree down. Use caution in the area pic.twitter.com/zKDdDOHymO— Moorestown Police (@Moorestown_PD) June 8, 2016