PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — After scattered showers and overcast skies rolled through the Philadelphia area on Saturday, our area is under a slight risk of severe weather late Sunday morning through the afternoon. Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware and parts of Camden, Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland counties are all at risk.
South Jersey and Coast counties are at marginal risk of severe weather.
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The storms could bring damaging winds, large hail, 1 to 3 inch downpours, localized flooding and a possible isolated tornado.
Storms will impact travel. Roads will be slippery due to rain, and this could lead to falling trees, branches, power lines and scattered power outages.
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For now, Monday seems to be partly sunny and warm with a chance of showers in the morning.
CBS3’s Llarisa Abreu and Tammie Souza contributed to this report.
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