January Thaw Commences

January Thaw Commences

Jonathan Carr 🕔11:46, 19.Jan 2018

Discussion: These next 5 days should be the most prolonged January thaw period of the month. From now until about Wednesday we’re going to moderate as high pressure, sliding by to our S into the Atlantic Ocean, re-enforces a milder

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Jan 16: Snow Update

Jan 16: Snow Update

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:44, 16.Jan 2018

Discussion: The cold front is slowly approaching from the W and extreme NNJ is underway with snowfall. The front will slowly push to the SE between tonight and tomorrow. By midnight tonight, snowfall should continue its creep SE into the

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Jan 15: Final Call Snow Map

Jan 15: Final Call Snow Map

Jonathan Carr 🕔17:08, 15.Jan 2018

Click here to view full resolution snow map! Discussion: A frontal boundary attached to a Great Lakes low pressure system will slowly push across New Jersey. This frontal boundary will feature wintry precipitation along it and will slowly pivot from

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Cold Wintry Week Expected (Jan 15-19)

Cold Wintry Week Expected (Jan 15-19)

Jonathan Carr 🕔11:45, 15.Jan 2018

Discussion: Temperatures are easy to discuss this week. We’re cold Monday-Friday and then we start to warm up this coming weekend into next week. The upper-level energy and how it translates to surface precipitation is a bit trickier. Heading into

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Jan 14: Tues Snow Map and Wed-Thurs Discussion

Jan 14: Tues Snow Map and Wed-Thurs Discussion

Jonathan Carr 🕔15:47, 14.Jan 2018

Click here for full resolution snow map! Discussion: Real quick, we could see some ocean-effect snow showers move off the ocean onto SENJ on Monday. Little-to-no accumulation is expected but a cool micro-climate occurrence for sure! The above map is for

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Jan 12: Storm Update and Snow Discussion

Jan 12: Storm Update and Snow Discussion

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:25, 12.Jan 2018

Discussion: We’re now in a little break between precipitation bands. More periods of rain are expected on and off heading into this weekend. The latest mesoscale models indicate two more periods of at least moderate rainfall. The first should occur between

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Mixed Conditions Expected (Jan 12-14)

Mixed Conditions Expected (Jan 12-14) Updated

Jonathan Carr 🕔17:00, 11.Jan 2018

Real quick, today is the last day to purchase a KABOOM hoodie. The hoodie shop will close around 9PM tonight. A generous portion of proceeds are going to great causes. Thanks for you support! Discussion: Please click here for full resolution

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Jan 10: Rain and Cold Expected

Jan 10: Rain and Cold Expected

Jonathan Carr 🕔20:21, 10.Jan 2018

Discussion: A surface low will generally track along the Appalachian Mountains from SW to NE this Friday-Saturday. There’s nothing overly remarkable about the upper-level physics. We have above-average 500mb height anomalies departing the east coast as below-average 500mb height anomalies

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Wintry Start to the Week (Jan 8-12)

Wintry Start to the Week (Jan 8-12)

Jonathan Carr 🕔19:05, 7.Jan 2018

Please click here for full resolution snow map! Discussion: The upper-levels indicate a back-and-forth pattern emerging as 500mb height anomalies bounce from positive to negative extremes. This is typical of the current La Nina state. Therefore we should moderate this

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Kaboom Gear to Support Great Causes

Kaboom Gear to Support Great Causes

Jonathan Carr 🕔09:39, 7.Jan 2018

It’s important to me that Weather NJ supports great local causes in the community. Therefore I’ll be making significant donations from KABOOM hoodie and hat sales to the following organizations: David’s Dream and Believe Cancer Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non profit that

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