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Sept 20: US Landfall Not Off Table

Sept 20: US Landfall Not Off Table

Jonathan Carr 🕔17:03, 20.Sep 2017

Discussion: Up until yesterday, most long-range model guidance was grim with respect to Maria and the US East Coast. Most had a direct landfall for the SE US. Yesterday there were signs of improvement as about half of the models

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Sept 18: Watching Hurricane Maria Closely

Sept 18: Watching Hurricane Maria Closely

Jonathan Carr 🕔20:42, 18.Sep 2017

Discussion: Let’s address the immediate issues with Jose real quick. Jose is currently crossing the 35N latitude (same latitude as OBX). From this point and northward, Jose is will pass over colder water which will finish the extra-tropical transition process

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Wet and Windy Start (Sept 18-22)

Wet and Windy Start (Sept 18-22)

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:27, 17.Sep 2017

Discussion: You’re probably going to hear about tropical storm watches/warnings issued for the Jersey coast soon. Here are my latest thoughts. Jose will have tremendous influence on our weather for the start of this week. Even though Jose’s center of circulation

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Warm and Sunny before Jose Influence (Sept 16-17)

Warm and Sunny before Jose Influence (Sept 16-17)

Jonathan Carr 🕔14:25, 15.Sep 2017

Weekend Discussion: Between high pressure moving across Maine/Nova Scotia and Jose moving up the coast, a tight wind gradient should develop by the end of the weekend. For Saturday and Sunday we’re likely just looking at light winds out of

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Sept 14: Monitoring Jose

Sept 14: Monitoring Jose

Jonathan Carr 🕔12:12, 14.Sep 2017

Discussion: Jose is currently a strong tropical storm positioned between Puerto Rico and Bermuda. The system is emerging from the loop it just took and is now moving W/NW towards the SE US. Jose is expected to re-gain hurricane status

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Through the Rest of September

Through the Rest of September

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:15, 11.Sep 2017

It’s time to harness the WeatherTrends360 proprietary weather algorithms to see how the rest of September 2017 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 and into

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Mostly Nice Week Expected (Sept 11-15)

Mostly Nice Week Expected (Sept 11-15)

Jonathan Carr 🕔13:42, 11.Sep 2017

Aside from a few passing showers we’re looking pretty good this week. Let’s break it down… Discussion: I apologize for getting the Monday-Friday Outlook  to you so late. Thankfully today is a boring day weather-wise. High pressure continues to track over

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Sept 10: Irma Update + Jose Discussion

Sept 10: Irma Update + Jose Discussion

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:25, 10.Sep 2017

Discussion: Major Hurricane Irma made landfall this morning between Key West and Marathon, Florida as a category 4 hurricane. She has weakened into a category 3 (still very dangerous between wind speed, storm surge and heavy rainfall!) today and just made

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Sept 9: Irma to Strike Keys and Western Florida

Sept 9: Irma to Strike Keys and Western Florida

Jonathan Carr 🕔08:35, 9.Sep 2017

Discussion: Major Hurricane Irma has been forced further to the south and west before making the turn north towards Florida. This should ensure that Irma’s eye moves up the W Florida coast instead of straight up the middle of Florida

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Cool, Dry and Sunny Weather Expected (Sept 8-10)

Cool, Dry and Sunny Weather Expected (Sept 8-10)

Jonathan Carr 🕔10:15, 8.Sep 2017

Cooler temperatures and clear skies should dominate the weekend. Let’s break it down… Discussion: Between now and Sunday an upper-level longwave trough will weaken over New Jersey and ultimately lift out to sea. This is the very trough I’ve been watching

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