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Seasonal Transition

Seasonal Transition

🕔12:05, 20.Sep 2021

Discussion: We have a few players shaping our conditions this week. At the upper-levels we have a ridge (still over E US) moving away to the E. This ridge should influence NJ with some warmer temps and humidity through about

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Improving Conditions

Improving Conditions

🕔14:43, 16.Sep 2021

Discussion: Invest 96L is currently sitting between the US and Bermuda at Georgia latitude. Whether or not it organizes into a named system is another story. But for today and tomorrow, it will impact the Jersey shore with higher surf

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Summery Conditions

Summery Conditions

🕔14:30, 13.Sep 2021

Discussion: A prolonged series of ridging should establish over the E US over the next 10 days or so. This will keep temps slightly warmer than average with above-average humidity. We should see several thunderstorms chances in this period. Not

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A True Early Taste of Fall

A True Early Taste of Fall

🕔13:40, 9.Sep 2021

Discussion: Despite what you might have read online, the rain and thunderstorms last night into today were associated with a typical slow moving cold front attached to a low tracking through Canada, and reinforced by weak low pressure sliding along

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A Nice Stretch of Weather

A Nice Stretch of Weather

🕔11:59, 7.Sep 2021

Discussion: Tuesday should be another great day like Monday. Wednesday we’ll see humidity build a little and then rain and thunderstorms likely Wednesday afternoon into early Thursday AM (slow moving cold front). This front could bring flash flooding rainfall and

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Much Improvement!

Much Improvement!

🕔14:38, 2.Sep 2021

Discussion: Last night was just crazy. It rained like the Book of Genesis in NNJ/CNJ and the scariest NJ tornado imagery I’ve seen yet came out of SWNJ/WCNJ. SENJ was very lucky to not experience the funky tropical cyclone remnant

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Ida Remnants Approaching NJ

Ida Remnants Approaching NJ

🕔11:52, 31.Aug 2021

Discussion: Ida has absorbed into the approaching trough and developing front. It is now well on its way into extra-tropical transition which means it is now a cold core mid-latitude cyclone, with frontal boundaries developing, rather than a warm core

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Great Weather on the Horizon

Great Weather on the Horizon

🕔12:28, 30.Aug 2021

Discussion: Words cannot describe some of the imagery and hardship coming out of Louisiana after yesterday’s category 4 landfall. It hurts to think about. If I can help anyone in any way down there, please let me know. Out thoughts

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Tracking Ida’s Remnants for NJ

Tracking Ida’s Remnants for NJ

🕔17:04, 28.Aug 2021

Discussion: Ida is a major hurricane (now category 3) in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico, where the water is warmest and the shear has reduced. It’s nothing but a favorable environment for further intensification, possibly into a category

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More Unsettled Muggy Conditions

More Unsettled Muggy Conditions

🕔13:59, 26.Aug 2021

Weekend Discussion: Our weekend NJ weather pattern will be governed mostly by upper-level ridging in the E US under an upper-jet stream far to the N of NJ. At the surface this means more 90s Friday but not as warm

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