York County under thunderstorm watch, flooding possible
York County is under a thunderstorm watch most of Wednesday afternoon.
The National Weather Service issued the watch starting 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 17. The watch ends at 10 p.m.
The weather service said scattered showers and a thunderstorm Wednesday afternoon could lead to localized flooding.
Temperatures are also expected to be above 90 for the next few days. The weather service said a high of 93 is expected Wednesday.
A heat advisory was issued for Wednesday until 7 p.m. The weather service said the heat and humidity may cause heat stress during outside activities or extended exposure.
The weather service is anticipating a high of 90 Thursday, July 18, a high of 95 Friday, July 19, and a high of 99 Saturday, July 20.
Forecasters have said it will feel like anywhere from 100 to 110 during the weekend because of the humidity.
Lancaster County is also included in the thunderstorm watch.