PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - Philadelphia is slated for a soggy Monday to kick off the week, with southeastern Pennsylvania at large poised to experience flooding as storms move through the area.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for counties around Philadelphia lasting until Monday night.
Parts of the area already received three to four inches of rain Saturday night into Sunday, and creeks, streams and rivers were running high.
The conditions are expected worsen due to additional rain forecasted to move through the area Monday.
Parts of the Lehigh Valley were put under a "hazardous weather outlook" lasting through Sunday evening.
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MONDAY: Periods of rain. Rainfall near a half an inch. Locally heavier rainfall possible. Low: 36 High: 53
TUESDAY: Mainly sunny. Low: 30 High: 42
WEDNESDAY: Windy with times of sun and clouds. Low: 27 High: 35
THURSDAY: More sun than clouds. Low: 29 High: 44
FRIDAY: Chance of afternoon showers. Low: 32 High: 44