Heavy rain and gusty winds ripped through Philadelphia just before 1 p.m.
Powerful storms peeled the roof off some row homes in Delaware County. And also took down some trees now blocking streets in the city of Chester pic.twitter.com/kgAGTxTZ1l— Christie Ileto (@Christie_Ileto) June 3, 2020
Wild weather!! Our 60 + pound planter flew across the street in Fairmount. Keep @6abc on throughout the day. The storms aren’t over! @6abcadamjoseph & @CecilyTynan are going to be very busy today. pic.twitter.com/s7deT1N9Jj— Jess Gonzalez (@HessicaGonzalez) June 3, 2020
In Plymouth Meeting, winds rocked homes and brought down trees.
Meteorologist Karen Rogers said the area saw "hurricane-force winds" and could see more storms late Wednesday afternoon and evening.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed the region in an enhanced risk for severe weather.
Any thunderstorm could be accompanied by flooding downpours, wind gusts to 60 mph and even quarter size hail.