PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The rain that soaked Pennsylvania is ending, nevertheless robust winds that downed timber and energy strains stay an issue.
Almost 22,000 houses and companies are with out electrical energy Monday, primarily within the central a part of the state. Downed timber are principally in charge.
The Nationwide Climate Service says west winds of 15 to 25 mph (24 kph to forty kph) might gust to 50 mph (eighty kph) earlier than reducing round noon.
A flash flood watch is in impact for Lycoming, Sullivan, and Tioga via Monday morning.
Smaller streams and creeks are most prone to flash flooding and should spill out of their banks into adjoining fields.
Further localized flooding of poor drainage and low-mendacity areas is probably going particularly the place leaves have blocked storm drains.
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