Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Potent storm in Bucks, Montco

Deluge arrives just in time for the peak commute; flash-flood warning posted.

Potent storm in Bucks, Montco

Most of the region has been shunned by the latest round of thunderstorms -- nothing new about that -- but a nasty storm has been pounding parts of Bucks and Montgomery Counties.

The National Weather Service has issued a flash-flood warning is in effect until 8 p.m. for an area that includes Willow Grove, Norristown, and Doylestown.

Those areas were getting pounded by a strong thunderstorm that was expected to migrate toward the Hatboro-Horsham area.

Doylestown already had hit a rain jackpot, having picked up 0.54 inches today by 2 p.m. Mount Holly reported 0.2.

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Meanwhile, Philadelphia International Airport and Pottstown essentially have been shut out.

Shower possibilties persist into the night, and tomorrow, the heat returns.

Tony Wood Inquirer Weather Columnist
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