Through 5 PM, rainfall totals over the past 40 hours or so have varied wildly across the region. Some places have avoided getting an inch of rain altogether in this event, such as Allentown. Others...well...are looking at six to even more inches of rain since Monday began. Rainfall has been rather epic in Northeast Philadelphia -- 6.08" of rain since Monday morning. Parts of Burlington and Ocean Counties are pushing over seven inches of rain unofficially in the past couple of days.
Periods of showers and storms will be possible through tonight and into tomorrow, although we will continue to have intermittent lulls and breaks in the thunderstorm activity through the night and it does appear that northern areas may be stormier than southern overall tonight. That said, more heavy rain is possible in any of these showers or storms and some places will pick up another two plus inches in the heaviest of downpours...this most likely will be to our north.
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