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3:45 PM | Large blob of moisture moves right across Pennsylvania during the nighttime hours

Paul Dorian

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A widespread region of heavy showers and strong thunderstorms is now affecting the Ohio Valley and this large blob of moisture will move in a general west-to-east fashion right across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania during the nighttime hours. The western half of the state will be pounded with heavy rain and thunderstorms primarily during the first half of the night and the eastern sections of Pennsylvania will be hit hard late tonight and tomorrow morning - and so will much of the I-95 corridor region between DC and New York City. The rain could come down hard enough late tonight and early tomorrow to cause some localized flooding issues and there can be thunderstorm activity on the strong side with torrential downpours, frequent lightning and gusty winds. The good news is that this large area of moisture will pull out of here by later tomorrow and nice weather returns for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.