PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --Storm total rainfall of 2" to 4" so far across much of Delaware and the very extreme southern tip of New Jersey along the Delaware Bay. Isolated amount of 6" plus in parts of far southern Delaware.
BEACH CONCERN: Pronounced onshore winds will pile water up on the beaches, especially at high tide on Thursday and Friday. The new moon on Friday will also encourage higher tides. Minor to moderate coastal flooding is possible with some beach erosion also possible.
TONIGHT: More rain is likely, heavy at times. It's still rather windy. The low is 60.
FRIDAY: Clouds hang tough. More rain is possible at times, the heaviest in the morning. A flash flood watch has been issued for Philadelphia and areas to the south and east until 4pm. It's still blustery. The high is 66.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy skies are still likely. Some lingering showers are also possible at times. The high improves to 71
SUNDAY: Clouds give way to more sun. Another spotty shower can't be ruled out, but most areas remain dry. The high improves to 75.
MONDAY: Partly sunny skies appear likely with a slightly warmer high of 77.
TUESDAY: It's another partly sunny day with a pleasant, seasonable high of 72.
WEDNESDAY: A few more clouds may build-in, but this still looks like a pretty nice day with a clouds and sun mix and a high around 70.
THURSDAY: Look for mostly cloudy skies with a shower possible. The high is 70.
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