07. January 2017 · Comments Off on Updated Snow Forecast · Categories: snow · Tags: , ,

Updated snow forecast from the NWS

I agree with the above. Since I have nearly 1″ in Stewartsville already (0.9″) I think a 1-3″ forecast is safe – again the higher numbers will be the the south and east and lower numbers to the north and west.

06. January 2017 · Comments Off on Next Storm A Close Call · Categories: snow, winter · Tags: , , ,

Stewartsville, NJ received just under 1″ of snow on January 6, 2017

Most areas received a dusting overnight in western New Jersey. Friday will remain a cold day with temperatures just barely climbing to near freezing.

The next storm will come up from the south and try to turn north and go up the coast. But it will have this cold dome of high pressure that doesn’t want to move. So it will be a squeeze play. I expect some snow showers over most of western New Jersey that could result in a coating to perhaps 1″ further to the east and south. As you you can see from the NWS snowfall forecast map above, most of the snow will fall to our south and east. Further south some areas of Virginia and NC will receive 6-12″ of snow.

18. January 2015 · Comments Off on Sunday Mid-Day Weather Update · Categories: weather discussion · Tags: , , , ,

Most sections of western New Hersey have changed over from freezing rain to rain as of 1pm. There might be some pockets of colder surfaces where rain is still freezing on contact or might be slippery.

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the mid day weather map above shows the coastal storm developing nicely. A warm front is stretched from near Philadelphia to New York City up to eastern CT and Massachusetts. East of the front temperatures are nearing 50 degrees! West of the warm front temperatures are struggling in the 30’s. The rain from the coastal storm will continue to move north east and should start to taper off by later in the afternoon. Rain will be heavy at times. There is a flood advisory to our south and east.

A cold front to our west above will push through the area later today. This will bring an end to the rain and usher in some colder weather to start the work week.

07. December 2014 · Comments Off on Coastal Storm Tuesday · Categories: weather discussion · Tags: ,

Sunday’s weather looks to be much improved today over Saturday. In the last 24 hours we picked up just over 1/2” of rain and the storm total was just under 1” of rain.

Sunday will feature partly sunny skies but brisk with highs in the 30’s and breezy if not windy conditions. Monday will be similar but less wind and increasing clouds.


Map above is the forecast for Wednesday morning. You can see a strong coastal storm nearby. This will bring out area mostly a heavy wind driven rain. We will receive another 1-2” of rain. There could be some wet snow mixed in at times and a slush coating is not out of the question. I will have more on that as we get closer to the event.

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