The nice thing that we found this morning is that the we received a good amount of rain and now we see much cooler temperatures. Our Memorial Day weekend allowed us to enjoy outdoor activities due to ideal but very warm weather, the cooler temperatures seen in Montgomery Co. this morning were seen around 68 degrees but with a sticky 88 percent relative humidity.
A fellow Storm Spotter sent me a message last night at about 7:30 PM stating that he saw a quick 10 degree drop in temperature as the cold front was moving into North Wales PA. As night the storm moved through our area and as I drove through Montgomery County PA I saw some fallen branches, the stronger parts of the storm moved north up by Lehigh County were it did cause damage to a farm.
Here are some pictures I took last night in Ambler PA as I visited family, again we are glad to see that our area did not see damage. We are happy to see the new fallen rain, and below the pictures of terrific cloud formations is a link to a map of accumulated precipitation for PA.
Here is the link to the precipitation map by the USGS, it shows that we have above normal rain amounts for the year for much of Montgomery County and other nearby areas of Southeast PA.