14. July 2017 · Comments Off on More Rain Today · Categories: Summer, thunderstorms · Tags: , ,

Parts of western New Jersey picked up a good amount of rain yesterday. Stewartsville received 0.83 from the late afternoon thunderstorms and an additional 0.10″ overnight.

Severe weather threat stays south of western New Jersey on Friday

Severe weather threat stays south of western New Jersey on Friday

While Friday will be cooler than the last few days, the humidity will still be very uncomfortable. The best chances for any severe weather look to be to the south of western New Jersey – but not that far away. So keep an eye to the sky.

More moderate rain heading to western New Jersey

More moderate rain heading to western New Jersey

Good news is nicer weather returns for the weekend. Then look for another warm/hot/humid spell next week. It is summer after all!

06. August 2016 · Comments Off on Thundershowers Entering The Area · Categories: Summer, thunderstorms · Tags:
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...A line of strong thunderstorms will affect Warren...northern
Hunterdon...Sussex...northwestern Somerset...Morris...Northampton...
southeastern Monroe and southeastern Carbon counties...

At 249 PM EDT...a line of strong thunderstorms was along a line
extending from near West Milford to near Newton to near Belvidere to
near Kunkletown...and moving east at 30 mph.

Wind gusts up to 40 mph are possible with these storms.

Locations impacted include...
Easton...Morristown...Newton...Dover...Madison...Hopatcong...Forks...
East Hanover...Lincoln Park...Kinnelon...Hackettstown...Boonton...
Wilson...Butler...Wharton...Washington...Rockaway...Blairstown...
Nazareth and Morris Plains.

These storms may intensify...so be certain to monitor local radio and
TV stations...as well as local cable TV outlets...for additional
information and possible warnings from the National Weather Service.
09. October 2015 · Comments Off on Showers On the Way: Update · Categories: Fall · Tags: , , ,

 

 

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As of 3:30, rain and some thundershowers is moving in from the NW. Keep an eye to the sky for the next few hours.

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A cold front will be approaching the area later today. Some pre-frontal showers have already popped up and should be entering western New Jersey within the next hour.

After that we should have a little break then more activity later this afternoon. Don’t be surprised if you even hear a rumble of thunder! Yes it’s October but it does happen occasionally. Look for the afternoon showers to start as early as 2 pm but hopefully should be clear of the area in time for Friday night HS football!

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