June 8: Thunderstorms Approaching!
Rain and severe-warned thunderstorms are pushing through parts of Pennsylvania. Conditions are ripe for damaging winds and possibly tornadoes for areas well to the NW of I-95. The only part of New Jersey that could possibly be subject to such is NWNJ. The rest of New Jersey could still see rain and less gustier winds but thunderstorm energy should fizzle as everything pushes to the coast.
The white line I’ve drawn represents where I think the more severe conditions will exist now through overnight. NW of that line should expect severe thunderstorms, hail, and possibly isolated tornadoes over the next 3-6 hours. SE of that line should expect at least gusty rain to push through overnight with a few scattered and embedded strong thunderstorms still possible. Until the rain moves into your area, expect strong wind gusts generally out of the SW. The immediate SENJ coast should expect little to nothing at all. Be safe! JC