- Quieter day today
- NWS will investigate storm damage today
- Mostly sunny with highs in the low 80s
Today, NWS with survey the storm damaged from yesterday. A very active severe weather day despite low CAPE values. Shear provided a lot of rotation and updraft potential. Overall, the Quakertown to Trenton area and Bensalem areas appeared to receive destructive tornado damage. The NWS issued a rare “Potentially Dangerous Situation” with its warnings last night. The areas in red on the map below is where they will surgery damage.
In addition to the severe weather, flooding rains occurred for some, especially in E. PA and NJ. Some may have received over 5″ of rain.
On our water vapor satellite imagery we can see in the darker blue some dry air. This will continue to filter in from the northwest as the cold front slowly drags to the south. Tomorrow will fee very refreshing.
Mostly sunny skies today with temps in the low 80s
The pattern change previously talked about is continuing to unfold and keep those summer scorching days to a minimum. This weather will likely last until mid-next week.