PHILADELPHIA - Sunday the sun made an appearance and it turned out to be a nice day. The area is in store for a quiet overnight, with clouds, a brief shower and some fog. Overnight lows should stick in the 60s.
A cold front is on the move to the region and by Monday afternoon, storms could be firing up. High temperatures for Monday should top out around 80 degrees, ahead of storms.
Storms Monday will be severe, with damaging winds, in excess of 50 mph, localized flooding, large hail and even some tornadoes. Most of the region, with the exception of the Jersey shore, is in an enhanced risk for all of this weather.
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The Jersey shore should also take note of the severe weather and folks there should not let their guard down.
The Lehigh Valley should begin to see active weather around2 p.m., while the Philadelphia area will see storms closer to 4 p.m. and Delaware and the Jersey shore should see storms by 6 p.m., or so.
After the storms move out, Tuesday and Wednesday should see dryer, more comfortable weather, before heat moves in.
Sue Serio will help you plan for Monday's strong storms beginning at 4 a.m. on Good Day Philadelphia. Kathy Orr and Scott Williams will have team coverage of the nasty weather as it happens Monday evening on FOX 29. They'll track the storms and help your plan for when the storms cross over your home or location.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Cloudy, brief showers. Low: 63
MONDAY: Strong storms. High: 81, Low: 58
TUESDAY: Sun, gusty. High: 76, Low: 54