A Severe Thunderstorm warning has been issued for much of Southeastern, Pennsylvania as storms are beginning to roll through our area.

The warning was issued around 9:00 pm ET and is in effect until 10:00 pm ET.

The warning includes Bucks County, PA, Philadelphia, PA, Montgomery County, PA, and more.

The line of storms is moving east at 35 mph, and this warning could be extended further east into our area.

The storm could bring with it 60 mph wind gusts causing possible property damage. The storms could also contain pockets of heavy rain and penny-sized hail.

While the storms brought tornadoes and destruction to parts of Kentucky, Arkansas, and Indiana on Friday, the risk of tornadoes in our immediate area is only isolated at this time.

If you're out and about tonight, be careful as the gusty winds could cause power outages and more before, during, and after the thunderstorms pass through.

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