Heat Indexes of 110°F, Along With Severe Storms Possible Monday

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Heat alerts now cover much of Central and Eastern PA, as heat indexes will reach 110°F in areas. If outside be sure to drink lots of water each hour and DO NOT leave a young child or pet in the car. An updated map of heat related alerts is below.

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Scattered severe storms will also be around the state today, see details for each labeled region below.

AREA  A – This region can expect scattered strong to severe thunderstorms packing winds of near 60 MPH and hail in the strongest of cells. Storms will begin to form in Western PA just after noon and move east, along with pop-up thunderstorms that will be around the entire afternoon and evening.

AREA  B – This region can expect scattered strong storms in the early afternoon, but the majority of cells will stay under severe limits. However a few severe storms are possible, bringing winds near 60 MPH.

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