Tomorrow poses the chance for scattered downpours and thunderstorms, that have the ability to produce flash flooding. The best chance for these downpours and storms are expected to be in Eastern PA Tomorrow and because of that, Flash Flood Watches are in place.
Those counties in the green shade are under a FLASH FLOOD WATCH through Monday Evening. These areas have already accumulated a couple inches of rainfall over the last few days, with an additional 1 to 2 more inches of rainfall possible Tomorrow with these scattered downpours. The few counties in the light brown shade are under a HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK which just states the potential for some flash flooding due to scattered downpours.
Please note, Tomorrow will NOT be a washout by any means. Only scattered areas throughout the State will have to deal with downpours Tomorrow. Just because the whole State below is highlighted in colors, does not mean the whole state will see rain. These colors are just to point out which areas have the greater chance of these downpours, and IF your area has one of these downpours roll through your neighborhood, you know how much rainfall to expect from it.
With that being said, here’s our Forecast through Tomorrow Night for which areas have the best chance at seeing downpours and the higher rainfall totals:
Area A – This area has the best chance at experiencing heavy downpours and storms Tomorrow. These downpours have the chance of producing another 1 to 2 inches of rain, with isolated locations hitting the 3 inch mark.
Area B – Guidance is going back and forth of whether the showers and storms develop over this area, or further East of this area. So right now we took a blend and are calling for an additional 0.5 to 1 inch of rainfall. Again, not all locations will receive rain, just those that experience the scattered downpours.
Area C – Most downpours and storms will stay to your East, but a few will develop over your area, and may put down a quarter to half inch of rainfall.
Area D – Scattered weak showers are possible Tomorrow, these light showers may produce up to quarter inch of rain for the areas that do receive rainfall.
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