More thunderstorms Monday

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Showers and thunderstorms bubble up again through the day.





A Flash Flood Watch is in effect beginning at 10 A.M. and lasting through 10 P.M. for the counties shaded in green.


There’s a chance for a few storms to turn severe again today. The main threats are damaging winds and flooding.

A series of disturbances continues our region’s shower and thunderstorm chances through the beginning of the week. The morning begins with occasional showers and rumbles. It’s muggy with some foggy and hazy spots too. Plenty of warmth and moisture continues the severe weather threat for the entire region Monday afternoon. Damaging winds and locally heavy downpours are the main threats, but there is a very small hail and tornado chance. There is a Flash Flash Watch for most of the area that begins at 10 A.M. and lasts through the evening. Highs are in the middle 80s. A potent cold front swings through Tuesday, renewing the shower and thunderstorm chance. Highs are in the lower to middle 80s, with the soupy feel lasting.




Behind the cold front, a much cooler and less humid air mass plows into the region. Highs are contained to the 70s on Wednesday under a mixture of clouds and sunshine. Temperatures remain below average Thursday, near 80 degrees. The sunshine also continues. Friday we warm into the lower 80s area wide, but the clouds begin to build.




By Saturday, the warmth and humidity returns along with our thunderstorm chances. Sunday looks unsettled too, with a better chance for showers and thunderstorms. Highs are in the middle 80s through the weekend.



Have a great Monday!

-Andrea Michaels

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  • Julie Senft

    We have been out of electric since 9pm last night. I live in Heidleburg Twp York County. Trying to find out what is going on.

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