July 15: NJ Thunderstorms Moving In

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr July 15, 2014 17:53

July 15: NJ Thunderstorms Moving In

The rest of New Jersey is about to get rocked with wind and rain.  Severe thunderstorms have downed trees and caused flash flooding along the I-95 corridor/northern coast since early afternoon. This is all now starting to push east thanks to the cold front driver behind it. NWNJ might escape the storms but the rest of the coast and most of CNJ/SNJ/SENJ are in for heavy rainfall, gusty winds, and lightning to finish this evening.

I think everything is going to move out quicker than expected. Model guidance had some lingering showers tomorrow morning but I think this will last until midnight or 1AM at the latest. Tomorrow we should start to feel the unseasonably cool air mass take hold of the region. For July that means highs maxing around 80 and lows dropping to around 60. We’ll stay this way through Friday and possibly into Saturday until the humidity returns. Please be safe! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr July 15, 2014 17:53

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