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Another Taste of Winter (Nov 11-15)

Another Taste of Winter (Nov 11-15)

Jonathan Carr 🕔09:26, 11.Nov 2019

Discussion: First a Happy Veterans Day and a thank you to all who have served our country! The Arctic high is officially into the central/NW US at 1046mb. As it tracks southward, further into the central US, its anti-cyclonic flow

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A Taste of Winter (Nov 8-10)

A Taste of Winter (Nov 8-10)

Jonathan Carr 🕔18:23, 7.Nov 2019

Discussion: Rainfall is pushing through NJ as expected. Rain to start and finish for most areas with just a chance of NWNJ elevations ending with wintry precipitation. Elevations greater than 1200 feet should expect anything from just rain ending as

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Nov 6: Rain Ends as Snow for Some

Nov 6: Rain Ends as Snow for Some

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:30, 6.Nov 2019

Discussion: A strong area of high pressure is diving down out of Canada into the US near North Dakota/Montana. This high will track S of the Great Lakes and into the Atlantic Ocean S of New Jersey. That puts the

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Nov 5: Watching Thursday Night

Nov 5: Watching Thursday Night

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:27, 5.Nov 2019

Discussion: An Arctic high is currently dropping out of Canada into the US near the Montana/North Dakota area. This high is expected to track E/SE, to the S of the Great Lakes and depart into the Atlantic Ocean somewhere in

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Snow? Let’s Discuss (Nov 4-8)

Snow? Let’s Discuss (Nov 4-8)

Jonathan Carr 🕔18:21, 3.Nov 2019

Discussion: Temps maxed out in the 50s today (Sunday) and will likely dip for another cold Sunday night/overnight. I’d expect below-freezing for most areas away from the SNJ coast especially NNJ elevations. We then moderate some from Monday into Thursday

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November 2019 Outlook

November 2019 Outlook

Jonathan Carr 🕔14:44, 1.Nov 2019

It’s time to harness WeatherTrends360 technology and look at how November 2019 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 mathematics. The best

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Colder and Dry (Nov 1-3)

Colder and Dry (Nov 1-3)

Jonathan Carr 🕔15:35, 31.Oct 2019

Discussion: First a quick update on this evening. The lull in precipitation is still expected to last through trick or treat hours tonight. Areas along and NW of the turnpike have the best chance for a passing shower but nothing

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Halloween Trick or Treat Forecast

Halloween Trick or Treat Forecast

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:10, 30.Oct 2019

Discussion: I wish to extend great empathy for parents and guardians worried about their children tomorrow night during primary trick or treat hours. There are some articles out there calling for Book of Genesis rainfall and Wizard of Oz winds.

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Unsettled Conditions (Oct 28-Nov 1)

Unsettled Conditions (Oct 28-Nov 1)

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:31, 27.Oct 2019

Discussion: Upper-level ridging should dominate the pattern through Wednesday possibly even some of Thursday. At the surface this means high pressure but not necessarily clear. We might see some raw misty onshore flow conditions in the Tuesday-Wednesday period. Monday-Thursday looks

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Great Start Wet Finish (Oct 25-27)

Great Start Wet Finish (Oct 25-27)

Jonathan Carr 🕔12:03, 24.Oct 2019

Discussion: upper-level ridging should dominate the first half of the weekend pattern with high pressure at the surface. This should keep us mostly dry from now through Saturday night. A weak shortwave should then track through the Great Lakes (well

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