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Mild Conditions Expected (Feb 4-8)

Mild Conditions Expected (Feb 4-8)

Jonathan Carr 🕔15:53, 3.Feb 2019

Discussion: The brutal cold pattern is relaxing for this week. Over the next few mornings the main concern is fog with SNJ still having light snow pack under warm air advection. The phenomena known as freezing fog is possible overnight tonight

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Feb 1: SNJ Express Arriving

Feb 1: SNJ Express Arriving

Jonathan Carr 🕔08:52, 1.Feb 2019

Discussion: A clipper system is approaching from the W and targeting SNJ. These systems are generally moisture-starved as they originate from colder streams of energy and travel across the N US towards NJ through very dry air. However the snowfall

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Jan 30: Snow Targeting SNJ Friday

Jan 30: Snow Targeting SNJ Friday

Jonathan Carr 🕔19:16, 30.Jan 2019

Discussion: Another light snow event is becoming more likely for this Friday and this time it’s targeting SNJ as a clipper. The period of snow should be from about noon to 8pm under very cold conditions. Therefore snow ratios will likely

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Jan 28: Arctic Cold Front Approaches

Jan 28: Arctic Cold Front Approaches

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:58, 28.Jan 2019

For full-resolution snow map please click here! Discussion: An Arctic cold front is expected to push through tomorrow evening into Wednesday. This should result in below-average temperatures Wednesday through Sunday morning. The coldest period (extremely below-average) should be between Wednesday PM

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Jan 27: Tuesday Snow Targets NWNJ

Jan 27: Tuesday Snow Targets NWNJ

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:45, 27.Jan 2019

For full-resolution snow map please click here! Discussion: An Arctic cold front will plow through our region Tuesday night which should then keep most of NJ below freezing, even during afternoon high temperatures, from Wednesday-Sunday. Along the cold frontal passage Tuesday PM exists

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Cold and Dry (Jan 25-27)

Cold and Dry (Jan 25-27)

Jonathan Carr 🕔19:30, 24.Jan 2019

Discussion: Winds should remain breezy overnight but subside by morning. 500mb height anomalies look cold and troughy for the E US from tomorrow into at least the first week of February. If you look at the 250mb jet it’s raging across

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Jan 23: Oh Look. More Rain.

Jan 23: Oh Look. More Rain.

Jonathan Carr 🕔20:44, 23.Jan 2019

Discussion: The strong Arctic high that brought ridiculous cold temperatures to the region Sunday-Tuesday is now moving away from the E US coast. Therefore we’re at the mercy of strong southerly return flow. As strong as the front-side of that

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Winter Reloads (Jan 21-25)

Winter Reloads (Jan 21-25)

Jonathan Carr 🕔19:38, 20.Jan 2019

Discussion: Temperatures will continue to drop overnight tonight until about sunrise tomorrow morning. Most of the state should range from single-digits to teens NNJ to SNJ but no reason why NNJ elevations can’t drop below zero. The gusty winds will

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Jan 19: Ice Storm Targets NNJ

Jan 19: Ice Storm Targets NNJ

Jonathan Carr 🕔12:56, 19.Jan 2019

For full-resolution snow map please click here! For full-resolution ice map please click here! For full-resolution rain map please click here! Discussion: One final update on the forecast and then we’re ready to begin live observations. The storm is approaching from

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Jan 18: Snow Ice and Rain Storm Approaching

Jan 18: Snow Ice and Rain Storm Approaching Updated

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:45, 18.Jan 2019

For full-resolution snow map please click here! For full-resolution ice map please click here! For full-resolution rain map please click here! Discussion: This storm system is very complex both in mesoscale components and change over duration of the event. It is

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