First, on behalf of Weather NJ, I’d like to wish you all a safe and happy new year! To the people who have been standing outside in NYC and will continue to stand outside through midnight, I don’t need to
Meteorologist and Weather NJ contributor Bobby Martrich of Eastern PA Weather Authority has your Wednesday, New Years Eve video outlook.
After reviewing the latest model guidance, there is a general consensus that low pressure will form in the southern US this weekend and take a track known as a Great Lakes Cutter (GLC)—possibly bringing snow, sleet, and/or freezing rain to
Meteorologist and Weather NJ contributor Bobby Martrich of Eastern PA Weather Authority has your Tuesday video outlook.
As referenced last week, Arctic high pressure is dropping out of Canada into the US over Montana. Associated anti-cyclonic flow is pushing an Arctic cold front through the eastern US. Starting tomorrow and heading into the weekend, you’ll see the
Monday should be the last mild-ish day for a while. Arctic high pressure systems are beginning to drop out of Canada into the western plains—a sign that old man winter is finally coming. Let’s take it day by day: Monday
High pressure is in full control for Friday and Saturday which will continue the dry and mild theme for this time of year. Some light rain could show up on Sunday which could end as snow in the Monday-Tuesday window. All
The rain will clear out overnight and the weekend looks pretty good with high pressure in full control. For a few runs now and on multiple models, a weak low pressure disturbance looks to follow the departing high next Monday-Wednesday.
The Polar Vortex is on-deck and ready to bat the entire eastern 2/3 of the US into below-average temperatures. We can expect this to happen starting around December 29th and lasting into January. We’re warm until then and we don’t
Meteorologist and Weather NJ contributor Bobby Martrich of EPAWA has your Tuesday video outlook.