After a wet morning, the sun is shining  in Philadelphia and with that concerns about flooding have eased.

Flash flood watches have been lifted  in Southeastern Pennsylvania and at the Jersey Shore, while a flood advisory is no longer in effect for the remainder of South Jersey.

There still is slight chance of showers for the remainder of the day before turning mostly cloudy Friday evening, according to the National Weather Service.

It has been a wet July. The NWS says 4.7 inches of rain has fallen on Philadelphia County in the last 30 days, 109 percent above normal. More than half of it fell this week. In Burlington County, the 5.4 inches reported there was 134 percent above normal.

During this morning's rains, a number of vehicles accidents were reported throughout the region, but there were no reports of serious flooding.

The high for the day will be in the mid-80s, the NWS says.

The weekend looks like a washout, too, with heavy rain and thunderstorms in the forecast.

No clearing is expected until Monday.