Today's round of showers and storms brought a lengthy list of hail, wind, and flooding reports throughout the Delaware Valley. The storms developed around midday in South Jersey and lifted slowly north-northwestward towards the city.
By 12:45, those storms were gaining in number and becoming stronger. At this point, they were situated near Vineland and Hammonton.
Radar estimates in this area exceeded an inch from Allentown down through Bucks County into Trenton, south to Hammonton. However, other areas fared quite well from a rainfall standpoint. Philadelphia picked up 0.87" of rain during the 2 PM hour and Allentown also picked up over a half an inch.
Thunderstorm activity is again possible tomorrow but we shouldn't see as widespread a band move through as we saw today. Activity should be a bit more scattered in nature across the region.