Mild Conditions Expected (Feb 19-23)

Mild Conditions Expected (Feb 19-23)

Jonathan Carr 🕔13:02, 19.Feb 2018

Discussion: The main upper-level player for this week is a strong building ridge over the E US. A slow moving Bermuda high should pump this ridge with return flow. This pattern is more typical of mid-summer and it should last

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Feb 17: Final Call For Weekend Snow

Feb 17: Final Call For Weekend Snow

Jonathan Carr 🕔12:09, 17.Feb 2018

Click here to view full-resolution snow map! Discussion: We’ve made a few tweaks based on live observations and the latest guidance data. Temperatures dropped below freezing statewide early this morning as expected. Warm air advection however has already spread into

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Feb 16: Winter Storm Approaching

Feb 16: Winter Storm Approaching

Jonathan Carr 🕔17:07, 16.Feb 2018

Click here for full-resolution impact map! Discussion: We’ve beaten this system to death now. It’s a weak wave traversing a frontal boundary that will first be pushed to our S overnight tonight and then brought back up into NJ tomorrow.

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Feb 15: First Call Weekend Snow Map

Feb 15: First Call Weekend Snow Map

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:42, 15.Feb 2018

Click here for full-resolution impact map! Discussion: Not much has changed since last night’s article. We have a weak coastal low tracking close to SENJ. That’s going to put zone A and B in the most probable zone for a

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Feb 14: Watching Weekend Snow Potential

Feb 14: Watching Weekend Snow Potential

Jonathan Carr 🕔20:46, 14.Feb 2018

Discussion: Passing scattered rain showers with isolated downpours are possible overnight tonight followed by a very mild Thursday into Friday. We’re talking highs into the 60s. More rain showers are expected Friday ahead of the cold front but then we drop.

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Mixed Conditions Expected (Feb 12-16)

Mixed Conditions Expected (Feb 12-16)

Jonathan Carr 🕔18:34, 11.Feb 2018

Discussion: Our washout rain system is just about finished. A slow-to-exit boundary likely means more rainfall along and SE of I-95 through mid-to-late morning on Monday. After that we’re dry and relatively mild until about Thursday. Between Thursday and Friday

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Let it Wash Over You (Feb 9-11)

Let it Wash Over You (Feb 9-11)

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:58, 8.Feb 2018

Discussion: A weak wave could scrape NNJ with flurries/snow showers Friday afternoon-evening but little-to-no accumulation is expected. Departing high pressure should then establish in the W Atlantic and re-enforce warmer southerly flow as a weak low tracks through NJ from

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Feb 6: Wednesday Final Call and Snow/Ice Maps

Feb 6: Wednesday Final Call and Snow/Ice Maps

Jonathan Carr 🕔17:01, 6.Feb 2018

Click here for full-resolution snow map! Click here for full-resolution ice map! Discussion: A wintry disturbance is approaching from W/SW. If you draw a line from West Virginia through SEPA and NYC into the Boston area, that’s where the low

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February Discussion with WeatherTrends360

February Discussion with WeatherTrends360

Jonathan Carr 🕔11:26, 6.Feb 2018

It’s time to harness the WeatherTrends360 proprietary weather algorithms to see how the rest of February 2018 should play out. But first lets break New Jersey into proper climatological regions. We have the higher elevations of NNJ/NWNJ, the interior coastal plain (SWNJ through CNJ

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Wednesday Snow Map and Outlook (Feb 6-9)

Wednesday Snow Map and Outlook (Feb 6-9)

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:00, 5.Feb 2018

Click here for full-resolution impact map! Discussion: A weak area of low pressure should ride a frontal boundary through SEPA and the NYC area between Wednesday afternoon and evening. This should bring area-wide precipitation. Those along and NW of I-95

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