How Bad Will Tropical Storm Fay Be Today For Philadelphia?


Bands of heavy rain are riding through the region today from Tropical Storm Fay which is tracking up the coast with a likely landfall near Atlantic City early this afternoon.

1-3" of rain is probable with some spots going high as 4", especially in South Jersey and Delaware. Flash flooding is possible.

Strong wind gusts of 40 to 50 mph are expected near the coast. A severe thunderstorm and isolated tornado is not out of the question today, primarily in our coastal counties. There's a high risk of rip currents at the shore; it's a bad day to venture into the water. The off and on rain continues into the evening. The high is 80. Read more here and See Radar>>>https://6abc.com/weather/accuweather-tropical-storm-fay-bringing-heavy-rain-flooding/49644/

Source: 6abc

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