The National Weather Service is forecasting heavy rain, flooding, strong wind gusts, severe storms and isolated tornadoes as part of today’s forecast. However, the significant amounts of rain will fall this morning not at 2pm as originally forecasted. Spotty showers and storms in the morning give way to a heavier, more widespread rain by lunch time. This continues into the mid afternoon hours as Isaias moves through the center of the region.
Three to five inches of rain is possible along with potential flash flooding.
The afternoon will also be windy with gusts between 45-55 inland. This will be strong enough to bring down some trees and power lines, as well as blowing unprotected objects into roads.
The rain should push off to the northeast by late afternoon, but residual flooding could continue into the night.
A TORNADO WATCH is in effect for the entire region. A tornado watch means tornadoes are possible and residents should be prepared to take action if a tornado warning is issued.
A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect today and tonight across the entire region because of heavy tropical rains totaling 3-5" for I-95 & north and west and 1-3 inches at the coast.
Please use caution and stay safe, Radnor Township!
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