PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Summer weather is returning to the Philadelphia area to kick off midweek. The high will form briefly bringing warmth and sunshine Wednesday afternoon.

Unfortunately, the dry conditions won’t last long as another bout of rain and thunderstorms rolls through the area late tonight.

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A moisture-laden storm will bring showers and gusty winds to the area after midnight, persisting through Thursday morning.

Some areas could receive up to 2 inches of precipitation, causing flash flooding in flood-prone neighborhoods. We expect a lot of rain in a short period of time, causing problems in low and/or poorly drained areas.

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Commuters should expect delays as early as Thursday morning as the lingering rain takes its time to dissipate.

The storm forecast center placed southern neighborhoods at marginal risk for heavy to severe storms overnight.

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The main concern will be damaging winds, heavy local rain and frequent lightning.

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The storms are expected to disappear for all by late Thursday morning.