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Updated 9:46 am August 4th

Tornado Watch in Effect in New Castle, Kent and Sussex Counties until 12 noon

Tornado Warning in Effect in New Castle County until 10 am

Flash Flood Warning in Effect in New Castle, Kent and Sussex Counties until midnight

Tropical Storm Warning in Effect Until Further Notice

We could see 3-5 inches of rain in some areas. Here are some tips on how to stay safe from flooding. Peak wind speeds will be 45-55mph with gusts up to 65 mph. Report any power outages here



Updated at 6:32am on August 4th

We should feel the effects of Isaias late morning into the afternoon in Delaware and surrounding areas.  The storm is moving quickly.

Updated at 8:32pm on August 3rd

Isaias has regained strength and is now back to a hurricane

Updated at 5pm on August 3rd

The National Hurricane Center released their 5pm key messages regarding what is still Tropical Storm Isaias

Updated at 4:45pm on August 3rd

Tropical Storm Isaias has organized and is expected to make landfall tonight as a hurricane

Updated at 2:45pm on August 3rd

Tropical Storm Isaias is still on course to make landfall tonight

Updated at 12:45pm on August 3rd

A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for Philadelphia, it’s surrounding counties in PA, along with counties in southern New Jersey and Delaware.

Updated at 9am on August 3rd

Tropical Storm Isaias will likely become a hurricane later today


Updated: 7:03 August 3rd

A Flash Flood Watch goes into effect at 10 PM Tonight (August 3rd) and remains in effect until 12 AM on Wednesday for Delaware, NE Maryland, parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Heavy rain associated with Tropical Storm Isaias is expected to start as early as tonight (Monday August 3) and will continue through the day tomorrow (August 4).  4 to 6 inches of rain are forecast in some areas with locally higher totals possible.




Updated at 11:47pm on August 2nd

Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for parts of Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.


Updated at 9:39pm on August 2nd

Tropical storm Isaias is sitting off the coast of Florida making it’s way towards the eastern coast.

Possible land fall on Monday into Tuesday in the Carolinas, as a hurricane.


Isaias has now become a hurricane as it makes it’s way towards the Florida coast.

According to The National Hurricane Center:

“The details of the track and intensity forecast remain uncertain, and it is too soon to determine the magnitude and location of these potential impacts, but interests along the entire U.S. East Coast should monitor the progress of Isaias and updates to the forecast.”

Check back for updates as they come in.  At this time, Delaware is in the projected cone for a possible storm hit during the day on Tuesday.