EYEWITNESS WEATHER (WBRE/WYOU) — A slow-moving storm system will move into Pennsylvania with unsettled weather through early Friday morning.

On and off scattered showers persist Wednesday and Wednesday night, however, the cold front associated with a low pressure system will enter the region on Thursday with periods of rain.  At times, this rain will be heavy.

The heaviest rain in central PA will occur in the morning and afternoon. Across eastern PA, the heaviest rain will be in the afternoon and early evening.

The rain may be heavy at times and lead to flash flooding concerns.

Portions of our area are under a Flash Flood Watch until early Friday morning. The main concerns for flooding are roads, poor drainage areas, streams and creeks.

A few thunderstorms are possible, which could produce some strong wind gusts. 

The rain will start to wrap up Thursday night and early Friday morning.

You can stay current on all the latest weather alerts and track the storm using the Eyewitness Interactive Radar.