April 14: When Will the Rain End?

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr April 14, 2015 11:33

April 14: When Will the Rain End?

A scattered area of low pressure will slide to the south of New Jersey from west to east today. High pressure over the Great Lakes will combat the SE flow off the ocean. This will create a tight gradient between drier skies in NNJ/CNJ and rain for SNJ until the low pressure system gets far enough out to sea later today. Let’s look at the latest NAM guidance to illustrate such.

Rainfall this morning:

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Rainfall this afternoon:

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Rainfall this evening:

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Rainfall early tomorrow morning:

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As you can see, rainfall will be confined to SNJ (mostly SENJ) throughout today and into the overnight hours while NNJ and CNJ see mostly dry conditions. Between .25 and .5 inches of rain is expected for SENJ with light to moderate wind gusts at times (more felt along the SENJ shore). It should all clear by sunrise tomorrow.

In English: Expect rain and a few wind gusts in SNJ today through tonight. NNJ and CNJ should stay dry and breezy.

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr April 14, 2015 11:33

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