Updated storm potential for Sunday

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(WBRE/WYOU-TV) The Tornado Watches issued for Monroe, Carbon and Pike Counties have been cancelled.

The severe threat has mainly lifted, but we are still watching out for a few isolated storms.

The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted portions of the Poconos and the Southern Tier (primarily east of I-81) for the highest likelihood of severe weather.

Locations in the Poconos and Southern Tier have been highlighted with the highest likelihood for severe weather through late Sunday night. Most of the action will subside after sunset and be out of here before midnight.

The main threats will be locally heavy rainfall, strong wind gusts, and small hail. An isolated tornado can’t be totally ruled out.

Clouds broke up this afternoon which allowed for some sunshine to peek through. This helped temperatures to reach into the mid and upper 80s this afternoon.

Continue to check back with Eyewitness Weather as we monitor the severe storm potential.



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