Sept 25: His Name will be Matthew

Sept 25: His Name will be Matthew

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:31, 25.Sep 2016

This is a great time to test out the new forecasting strategy as all eyes now turn to the formation of Matthew in the Atlantic Ocean. If you’re looking for a “will this hit me on my favorite NJ shore

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Sept 20: Karl to Sleep with the Fish

Sept 20: Karl to Sleep with the Fish

Jonathan Carr 🕔11:38, 20.Sep 2016

Model guidance as well as live observations suggest Karl staying out to sea. Bermuda interests however should still monitor and the US East Coast should expect more strong rip currents and possibly some increased swell. On top of that, Tropical Storm

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Sept 18: Monitoring Karl

Sept 18: Monitoring Karl

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:52, 18.Sep 2016

Tropical Storm Karl formed last week just S of the Cape Verde region off W Africa. He is now steaming towards the Bermuda Triangle and is expected to reach hurricane strength. There is much uncertainty as to what Karl will do

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Sept 6: Hermine Inches Closer

Sept 6: Hermine Inches Closer

Jonathan Carr 🕔12:12, 6.Sep 2016

Hermine is still packing sustained winds of 60mph and a central pressure of 997mb. She will continue to drift W towards New Jersey over the next 24-36 hours before fizzling out and pulling away. She might even turn a little

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Aug 31: Labor Day Weekend Storm Detected

Aug 31: Labor Day Weekend Storm Detected

Jonathan Carr 🕔19:17, 31.Aug 2016

Here’s what you should know about this holiday weekend. Tropical Storm Hermine is strengthening in the Gulf of Mexico N of the Yucatan Peninsula. There is evidence that Hermine has made the turn from westward movement to northward movement. This

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Aug 30: NJ Labor Day Weekend Tropical Impact Now a Possibility

Aug 30: NJ Labor Day Weekend Tropical Impact Now a Possibility

Jonathan Carr 🕔14:26, 30.Aug 2016

The system we’ve been watching for almost 2 weeks now is strengthening in the Gulf of Mexico and could impact New Jersey for the second half of Labor Day Weekend. Because this system has remained so weak, it has managed

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Oct 4: Coastal Flooding Update

Oct 4: Coastal Flooding Update

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:11, 4.Oct 2015

Here’s the latest on the east coast pattern that’s been occurring. Hurricane Joaquin is just, and I mean just, missing Bermuda to the west. The latest wind numbers I’ve seen for Bermuda itself is 44mph sustained with gusts to 60mph.

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Hurricane Joaquin Update & Weekend Outlook

Hurricane Joaquin Update & Weekend Outlook

Jonathan Carr 🕔17:36, 1.Oct 2015

We have a lot to talk about. Joaquin is now a powerful category 4 hurricane in the Bahamas. You can monitor our Eye Wall for the latest current observations. The data is automatically updated as soon as the National Hurricane

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Major East Coast Storm Detected!

Major East Coast Storm Detected!

Jonathan Carr 🕔18:16, 30.Sep 2015

First, I feel it’s important for you to know my educational credentials and experience in weather forecasting before placing your trust and faith in me so head over to my about page if you don’t already know who I am

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Aug 29: Tropics Update

Aug 29: Tropics Update

Jonathan Carr 🕔09:42, 29.Aug 2015

Erika has remained extremely weak and has been downgraded to just a tropical depression. This is due to land interaction and the stronger shear environment of the northern Caribbean. Because of this, she has drifted westward considerably before making the

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