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Mild Spring Conditions (April 6-10)

Mild Spring Conditions (April 6-10)

Jonathan Carr 🕔14:41, 5.Apr 2020

Discussion: The upper-jet looks to stay near/overhead of NJ this week in a zonal configuration. The jet will slowly build intensity and likely flex into a decent streak by Thursday-Friday. 500mb geopotential height anomalies should be near-average for the start

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Turning Milder (April 3-5)

Turning Milder (April 3-5)

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:48, 2.Apr 2020

Discussion: The upper jet is split with the primary streak to our S and a weaker dissolving streak to our N. The N part is powered by the backside (W side) of the departing upper-level low and front side (E

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April 2020 Outlook

April 2020 Outlook

Jonathan Carr 🕔12:24, 2.Apr 2020

It’s time to harness WeatherTrends360 technology and look at how the rest of April 2020 should play out. WeatherTrends360 algorithms are documented with an 84% verification rate and are based on oceanic water cycles, time table series and very complex

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Cooler Conditions (March 31-April 3)

Cooler Conditions (March 31-April 3)

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:06, 30.Mar 2020

Discussion: The upper-jet should remain mostly zonal through Wednesday before dipping S of NJ Thursday into Friday. After that, high pressure backs in from the NE and decently splits the jet to our N and S. Nothing exciting to speak

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Unsettled Conditions (March 27-29)

Unsettled Conditions (March 27-29)

Jonathan Carr 🕔10:36, 27.Mar 2020

Discussion: The upper-jet should stay to the N of NJ this weekend before sinking over/just S of NJ by mid next week. 500mb height anomalies should be positive for this weekend correlating with the jet-formed ridge before lowering for next

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Raw Start. Mild Finish (March 23-27)

Raw Start. Mild Finish (March 23-27)

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:34, 22.Mar 2020

Discussion: For the most part we’ll see a zonal jet pattern overhead this week before pushing a little to our N by the weekend. 500mb geopotential heights should remain elevated aside from two shortwaves Monday and Wednesday with very little

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Mild Start. Cooler Finish (March 20-22)

Mild Start. Cooler Finish (March 20-22)

Jonathan Carr 🕔17:14, 19.Mar 2020

Discussion: The upper-level jet should push to the N of NJ on Friday as 500mb ridging flexes. The jet should then sink to the S of NJ for the rest of the weekend as geopotential heights relax but still remain

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Cool and Dry (March 13-15)

Cool and Dry (March 13-15)

Jonathan Carr 🕔11:56, 13.Mar 2020

Discussion: A strong zonal upper-level jet will dominate the 250mb space over NJ this weekend. 500mb geopotential height anomalies will remain positive with a weak upper-level trough moving through SE Canada. There will be a strong surface low under that

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Will Warmer NJ Weather Slow the Spread of Coronavirus?

Will Warmer NJ Weather Slow the Spread of Coronavirus?

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:47, 9.Mar 2020

We’re seeing a lot of conflicting information and fear mongering in the media about the COVID-19 coronavirus. This article is intended to inform our readers of facts and provide an educated response to questions we’ve received regarding weather and its

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Cold Wet Start. Mild Sunny Finish (March 6-8)

Cold Wet Start. Mild Sunny Finish (March 6-8)

Jonathan Carr 🕔15:47, 5.Mar 2020

Discussion: A very dynamic upper-level interaction should occur between an incoming transient trough and a southern stream shortwave this Friday-Sat AM. Right now the southern energy is expected to race ahead of the trough on Friday bringing warmer rain and

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