Radar showing another area of rain to move into western New Jersey

Radar showing another area of rain to move into western New Jersey

Just about 1″ of rain has fallen in Stewartsville so far today. As seen in the radar image above another area of rain is about to move into western New Jersey. This should be somewhat lighter than what we received before.

Look to the far left on that map and you see pink and blue representing mixed precipitation and snow. Yes that’s right while it’s in the low 60’s here, it’s snowing in the far NW part of PA.

NWS Ice Forecast for Saturday AM

NWS Ice Forecast for Saturday AM

Th cold air should arrive in western New Jersey very fast between 1 am and 5 am tomorrow morning. If it’s still raining we could see that change over to some sleet or freezing rain. As such the NWS has issued a winter weather advisory for Warren county and further N&W. The threat should be over by mid morning tomorrow then sharply colder temperatures over the weekend into next week.

Next change of some wintry weather will be on Tuesday and Wednesday. More on that as it approaches.

23. December 2015 · Comments Off on Fog, More rain Then Warmth · Categories: weather discussion, winter · Tags: , ,


It’s quite foggy in some section of western New Jersey this Wednesday morning. Not good for anyone with last minute shopping to finish. PLease take your time.

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More rain is on the way for this afternoon into the first part of this evening.


I expect western New Jersey to receive anywhere from 1/2″ to 1″ of rain.

Then just in time for Christmas Eve, warm temperatures!

If I don’t get a chance to post again until after Christmas I want to wish all readers a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Thank you for reading my thought on weather for our area.

21. December 2015 · Comments Off on Happy Winter Solstice · Categories: weather discussion, winter · Tags: , ,


Even though it doesn’t feel like it in western New Jersey (or the entire east coast for that matter), today marks the beginning of winter. The weather this week will be anything but winter-like. Record high temperatures appear to be in the forecast for Christmas Eve. From this point on we will (slowly at first) start having more sunlight.


We will see more clouds this week and rain Tuesday morning. Rain chances should decrease as Christmas Eve approaches.

26. March 2015 · Comments Off on Warm Air Finally Arrives · Categories: spring, weather discussion, weather forecast · Tags: , ,
Radar 17:35 pm showing heavy rain near Harrisburg, PA heading East

Radar 17:35 pm showing heavy rain near Harrisburg, PA heading East

It took most of the day but the warm front finally made it past our area. As of right now western New Jersey temperatures is in the upper 50’s to around 60.

A band of heavy rain with some thunder and lightning is heading east. As seen above, it’s currently near Harrisburg. Be on the lookout this evening for an initial heavier period of rain and possible a rumble of thunder then periods of rain the remainderĀ of the night.


The cold front will bring us back to what we’re used to which is below normal temperatures. We might even see some flurried Friday night into Saturday. Saturday may stay in the 30’s for high temperature. Keep in mind we should now be in the low 50’s for high temperatures… But it looks like we will have some 50’s for highs next week.

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