PHILADELPHIA - A line of slow-moving storms prompted a number of flash flood and severe thunderstorm warnings across the Delaware Valley Thursday.
Heavy downpours in eastern Pennsylvania caused localized flooding of creeks and streams and ponding in areas of poor drainage.
The cold front will continue to push the storm system eastward until most of the most damaging weather is offshore by about midnight.
Sunshine will return on Friday with highs only expected to peak in the low-70s. Temperatures will stay mild with low humidity over the weekend with plenty of sunshine.
THURSDAY: Showers, storms. High: 77
FRIDAY: Sun returns. High: 73, Low: 56
SATURDAY: Sun, low humidity. High: 75, Low: 54
SUNDAY: Sunny, nice. High: 74, Low: 57