Tornado warning issued for Chester County until 4:00 p.m.

June 9, 2009 12:25:12 PM PDT
A tornado warning has been issued for Chester County until 4:00 p.m. TODAY'S STORMS: Some this morning, more this afternoon and this evening. Any storms can produce heavy downpours, damaging winds, hail and lots of lightning today. Take cover indoors if a storm approaches. Be careful of fallen tree branches and trees when in your vehicle.

WEDNESDAY: Behind Tuesday's cold front we get a day with slightly more stable air. There should be a drop in the humidity with the most noticeable difference being the farther north you go since the front will be stalling out to our south near Baltimore. Skies should feature a mix of clouds and sun with a high of 83.

THURSDAY: Our active weather pattern continues as yet another system arrives, bringing with it clouds, showers and thunderstorms. Overall, this looks like the wettest day of the week, which will keep our high down in the upper 70s.

FRIDAY: As long as Thursday's system keeps on moving we will clear things out nicely. Dewpoints should drop down into the 50s giving us comfortable conditions under partly sunny skies. Temperatures will top out near 80.

SATURDAY: Even though we have been in such an active pattern lately we always seem to be lucky enough to get a break in time for the weekends. High pressure moves into the Northeast making for a sunny start to the weekend with highs right around 80, which is normal for mid June. With sunset not until 8:30pm you will have plenty of time to get out and enjoy!