Weather Authority: Humid, sunny Thursday follows night of intense storms

A much calmer weather day will follow a night of intense storms across the Delaware Valley that brought flooding rain and tornado warnings. 

The National Weather Service confirmed an EF-1 tornado touched down in Montgomery County and continued into Bucks during Wednesday night's strong storms. 

Conditions will turn warm and muggy on Thursday in the wake of the damaging storms. Cloud cover will start to lessen during the daylight hours as temperatures quickly rise into the 80s by noontime. 

Most parts of the Delaware Valley can expect temperatures to peak in the upper 80s on Thursday with a healthy mix of sun and clouds. Areas along the New Jersey coast will skew slightly cooler, but conditions will stay humid. 

The next chance of showers comes Friday spilling into Saturday and Sunday.  Forecasters expect a rainy weekend across the Delaware Valley with temperatures in the low-to-mid 80s. 


THURSDAY: Partly sunny. High: 88, Low: 76

FRIDAY: Scattered storms. High: 82, Low: 74

SATURDAY: Scattered storms. High: 84, Low: 71

SUNDAY: Storms likely. High: 87, Low: 72



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