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Weather in Philadelphia: Another rain shower, probably a storm on Sunday

NEXT Weather: Flash flood warning in effect for the Philadelphia region


NEXT Weather: Flash flood warning in effect for the Philadelphia region

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Another round of rain and thunderstorms is expected by mid-to-late morning Monday, but severe weather is not likely, according to CBS Philadelphia Meteorologist Andrew Kozak. Highs are expected to be in the low 80s.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania until 2:30 a.m. Monday. The warning is in effect in Mercer, Burlington, Gloucester, Salem and Camden counties in New Jersey and Bucks County in Pennsylvania.

One to two inches of rain is possible as the storms move through the region.

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A strong front towards the middle of next week will bring us back into the 70s for highs with sunshine and low humidity. Thursday and Friday look sunny, mild and comfortable.

We continue to monitor Hurricane Lee, which has been downgraded to Category 2, but is expected to strengthen again on Monday.

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Here’s your seven-day forecast:

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Sunday: Little rain and storm. High 80, low 73

Monday: Shower, chance of T-storm. High 82, low 69

Tuesday: Sun and clouds. High 85, low 68

Wednesday: Clouds, chance of storm. High 76, low 68

Thursday: Chance of showers. High 75, low 59

Friday: Mainly sunny. High 76, low 57

Saturday: Sunny. High 79, low 59

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