Summer’s Last Breath (Sept 30-Oct 4)

Summer’s Last Breath (Sept 30-Oct 4)

Jonathan Carr 🕔20:32, 29.Sep 2019

Discussion: The above image has been repetitively used recently and with good reason. Many are complaining that it’s too hot for this late in the year. We’ve had some transient cold snaps but nothing lasting. Well…the pattern is about to

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Great Conditions (Sept 28-29)

Great Conditions (Sept 28-29)

Jonathan Carr 🕔20:34, 27.Sep 2019

Discussion: Another upper-level ridge will begin building over the E US this weekend which should last through at least Thursday morning. This should produce several days of well above-average temperatures at the surface. One of those days is this Saturday.

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Refreshing Conditions Return (Sept 23-27)

Refreshing Conditions Return (Sept 23-27)

Jonathan Carr 🕔18:11, 22.Sep 2019

Discussion: Monday looks like the third and final day of the mini-warm streak that began yesterday (Saturday). A cold front should push through Monday night into Tuesday morning and return the region to refreshing conditions through Friday. Then another upper-level

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It’s a Dry Heat (Sept 20-22)

It’s a Dry Heat (Sept 20-22)

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:40, 19.Sep 2019

Discussion: A quick safety note to everyone along the Jersey coast. There’s a lot of hurricane activity in the Atlantic Ocean. Humberto is pulling away and Jerry will likely make a close pass at Bermuda early next week. None of

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Great Conditions Expected for The Makers Festival!

Great Conditions Expected for The Makers Festival!

Jonathan Carr 🕔14:00, 18.Sep 2019

Weather NJ is proud to provide a special event forecast for the 5th Annual Makers Festival this weekend. The event takes place this Saturday, September 21st from 10AM to 6PM at Manahawkin Lake Park in Manahawkin, NJ. Free Admission to

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Refreshing Conditions (Sept 16-20)

Refreshing Conditions (Sept 16-20)

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:32, 15.Sep 2019

Discussion: Upper-level ridging should dominate the pattern this week. As the ridge slowly builds and approaches (Monday-Thursday) NJ should find itself under northerly 500mb flow. The warmest areas of the US this week should be closer to the Great Lakes,

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Weekend Outlook and Tropics Update

Weekend Outlook and Tropics Update

Jonathan Carr 🕔18:41, 12.Sep 2019

Discussion: There’s three things I’d like to talk about: Tonight: Rain and thunderstorms will continue to push southward through the rest of NJ this evening. I expect them to clear the tip of SNJ by ~10pm. There’s an area of

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Warm Conditions Return (Sept 9-13)

Warm Conditions Return (Sept 9-13)

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:31, 8.Sep 2019

Discussion: Hopefully everyone enjoyed the recent taste of fall behind Dorian’s departure. We’re about to be reminded that it’s still summer however. A few different areas of high pressure in the W Atlantic Ocean will pump a ridge over the

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Sept 6: Dorian Departs. Now what?

Sept 6: Dorian Departs. Now what?

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:04, 6.Sep 2019

Discussion: Hurricane Dorian made landfall at Cape Hatteras, NC early this morning. There is some debate as to whether it was technically a landfall since the exact center of the eye might have missed land. But since Cape Hatteras went

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Spectacular Conditions After Dorian (Sept 6-8)

Spectacular Conditions After Dorian (Sept 6-8)

Jonathan Carr 🕔20:26, 5.Sep 2019

Discussion: Dorian’s far-NW side should bring rain, wind and coastal flooding to at least SENJ on Friday and possibly further N and W into NJ. Winds should gradually pick up overnight tonight and everything should taper off and pull away

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