20. August 2015 · Comments Off on Rainfall Outlook · Categories: Flash Floods, Summer, thunderstorms · Tags: ,

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Extreme western areas of New Jersey (as seen in the above map) picked up about 1″ of rain late yesterday afternoon as slow moving line of showers and some thundershowers moved south to north over the area. Stewartsville recorded 0.81″ in two separate rain incidents. This was the first significant rainfall for Stewartsville in a week. If you traveled a little more to the east, some places received nothing. My one daughter was in Clinton at the time and said the sun was shining.

But much further to the east and north, some sections of NE New Jersey received several inches of rain as seen in the purple shading.

A slow moving cold front will be approaching the area today but probably not clear the area entirely until sometime Friday. We could receive showers nearly anytime today but the best chances will be after 3 pm today. Hopefully the heaviest rain will fall later on or over night.

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