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Air Quality Alert Issued Across These NJ, PA Counties Air Quality Alert Issued Across These NJ, PA Counties
Air Quality Alert Issued Across These NJ, PA Counties An air quality alert has been issued for several areas across New Jersey and Pennsylvania  through late Friday, June 14. The most serious alert, an Air Quality Action Day, has been issued from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. across Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Essex, and Union counties. An Air Quality Action Day means that Ground Level Ozone within the region may approach or exceed unhealthy standards. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has issued a code orange air quality alert Friday for North Central and Southwestern, NJ, along with Middlesex, Mercer, Camden, and G…
Here's Timing On Thunderstorms With 60 MPH Winds, Large Hail Threatening NJ, PA Here's Timing On Thunderstorms With 60 MPH Winds, Large Hail Threatening NJ, PA
Here's Timing On Thunderstorms With 60 MPH Winds, Large Hail Threatening NJ, PA A pleasant summer day Thursday, June 13 could be followed by a stormy one on Friday, June 14, forecasters said. Showers and thunderstorms with drenching downpours, large hail, and gusty winds are threatening North Jersey and the Lehigh Valley Friday afternoon and early evening, according to the National Weather Service. After a warm and sunny Thursday, we could be looking at a rather stormy Friday. Showers and thunderstorms are expected... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Thursday, June 13, 2024 Damaging wind gusts and large hail are the main threat…
First Summer Heatwave Ahead: Here's When Forecasters Say Temps Will Soar In Northeast First Summer Heatwave Ahead: Here's When Forecasters Say Temps Will Soar In Northeast
First Summer Heatwave Ahead: Here's When Forecasters Say Temps Will Soar In Northeast Enjoy that low electric bill while you can. Later this month, the air conditionings will most definitely be needed, forecasters are saying. The days leading up to the mid-June mark are expected to be sunny with low-humidity, and cooler nights, according to AccuWeather and the National Weather Service. Temps and humidity will begin to ramp up over Father's Day Weekend, with the first heat wave of the season expected next week, AccuWeather says (see weather map above). A heat wave is when temps are higher than average, with or without humidity, for at least two consecutive days, the outlet e…
New Round Of Thunderstorms Could End Sunny Day In NJ, PA, Weather Service Says New Round Of Thunderstorms Could End Sunny Day In NJ, PA, Weather Service Says
New Round Of Thunderstorms Could End Sunny Day In NJ, PA, Weather Service Says The National Weather Service says another round of thunderstorms is right around the corner. Wednesday, May 29 will start out sunny with a high of 78. Come the late afternoon, showers with "a few thunderstorms" and a chance of downpours are likely across New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania, the NWS says. Storms are expected to being around 3 p.m., with a higher chance of heavier rain in North Jersey than South Jersey. Showers could stick around into Thursday, May 30 , which will will be mostly cloudy with a high of 75, the NWS says.
Tornadoes Possible, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For All Of NJ, Parts Of PA Tornadoes Possible, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For All Of NJ, Parts Of PA
Tornadoes Possible, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For All Of NJ, Parts Of PA The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch for all of New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania to close out Memorial Day. The NWS said tornadoes, heavy rain, and wind gusts up to 65 mph were possible through 9 p.m. The first round of storms came early Monday morning, May 27.  National Weather Service As of press time, more than 600 Bedminster, NJ residents were without power, according to JCP&L. It was not immediately clear if that outage was caused by the storm, though. The NWS says storms are expected to cease before 1 a.m. Tuesday, May 28. Temps will dip…
Thunderstorms To Rip Through Northeast Memorial Day: Here's The Timing Thunderstorms To Rip Through Northeast Memorial Day: Here's The Timing
Thunderstorms To Rip Through Northeast Memorial Day: Here's The Timing Get those barbecues and pool trips in while you can, because Memorial Day 2024 could be a wet one. According to the National Weather Service, Sunday, May 26 will be mostly sunny and humid, with a high near 85. Temps are expected to drop into the mid-60s on Sunday night, with a chance of rain predicted overnight. "Following a relative lull in storm activity on Sunday in the region, Monday will be a different story," an AccuWeather report reads.  "The same storm system that led to the deadly storms and tornadoes in the nation's midsection on Saturday and Saturday night, and a 'high' ris…
Two Rounds Of Thunderstorms Predicted In NJ, PA: Here's Timing Two Rounds Of Thunderstorms Predicted In NJ, PA: Here's Timing
Two Rounds Of Thunderstorms Predicted In NJ, PA: Here's Timing The National Weather Service is predicting two rounds of thunderstorms in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on Thursday, May 23. The first is expected in the morning northwest of the I-95 corridor through noon, and the second in the afternoon and evening along the Jersey Shore and in South Jersey (see map above). The NWS warns that strong to severe thunderstorms could come with gusty winds. Travel delays due to flooding, downpours, and hail are expected, AccuWeather says. AccuWeather Temps will be in the mid-80s with a drop into the 60s in the evening, the NWS said. Friday will be mostly sun…
Moderate Flooding Possible Along Delaware Bay Coast Due To Onshore Flow, High Tides: NWS Moderate Flooding Possible Along Delaware Bay Coast Due To Onshore Flow, High Tides: NWS
Moderate Flooding Possible Along Delaware Bay Coast Due To Onshore Flow, High Tides: NWS Many coastal areas of New Jersey are under the threat of moderate flooding during high tides over the weekend, forecasters said. The National Weather Service issued a coastal flood warning on Friday, May 10 for coastal parts of Atlantic, Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, and Ocean counties. A coastal flood advisory was issued for oceanfront areas of Middlesex and Monmouth counties, as well as bayfront and riverfront parts of Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties. The NWS said moderate flooding was forecasted in coastal communities like Atlantic City, Barnegat Light, B…
2.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles New Jersey 2.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles New Jersey
2.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles New Jersey New Jersey continues to be shaken by aftershocks. The latest, following the 4.8 magnitude quake that rocked the area on April 5, occurred just before 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 27, according to the USGS. This aftershock was among the highest in magnitude of the dozens of aftershocks since the initial earthquake. It was reported 7 km WSW of Gladstone, and according to the USGS map, east of Tewksbury. People as far as Massachusetts reported feeling the earthquake, but it appeared to have been clearest felt in the Garden State, with Boonton and Kearny residents reporting a III on the MMI…
Surprise Storm Could Follow Sunny Skies In NJ, PA: Forecasters Surprise Storm Could Follow Sunny Skies In NJ, PA: Forecasters
Surprise Storm Could Follow Sunny Skies In NJ, PA: Forecasters A powerful storm system is expected to move through the region following a day of idyllic weather in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on Sunday, April 14, forecasters say. Most of Sunday will be sunny with a high near 72, but come nighttime, the weather is expected to take a drastic turn, according to the National Weather Service. A line of thunderstorms are expected to move into our region from the N or NW Sunday evening. The greatest threat for... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Saturday, April 13, 2024 The storm will make its way to the Northeast fro…
Bright Green Fireball Blazes Across NJ, PA Skies Bright Green Fireball Blazes Across NJ, PA Skies
Bright Green Fireball Blazes Across NJ, PA Skies An earthquake, a total solar eclipse and now a fireball. What a week for weather in the Northeast. Dozens of residents across the region reported seeing a bright green fireball blaze across the sky on before dawn on Wednesday, April 10. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Daily Voice NJ (@dailyvoicenewjersey) Linda Price-Heine captured a fireball in the sky Wednesday, April 10. Daily Voice Linda Price-Heine got a text from her neighbor, Joan Piney, in Wall Township this morning telling her to check her camera, she said…
Days Of Heavy Rain With Coastal Flooding Coming To NJ, PA: Forecasters Days Of Heavy Rain With Coastal Flooding Coming To NJ, PA: Forecasters
Days Of Heavy Rain With Coastal Flooding Coming To NJ, PA: Forecasters Sunny skies are in the rearview, for now. Heavy rain is on the forecast for New Jersey and Pennsylvania for Thursday, April 11 and Friday, April 12, and AccuWeather forecasters warn conditions could get bad rather quickly. Wednesday, April 10 will be dry and partly sunny with a high near 60, with showers possible overnight. Thursday after 2 p.m. and at night are when showers and thunderstorms are more likely, according to the National Weather Service. "Those with outdoor or travel plans may have to do more than dodge raindrops and flooding in the Midwest and Northeast," reads a report by A…
Solar Eclipse Forecast: Will Clouds Obstruct Viewing Monday? Solar Eclipse Forecast: Will Clouds Obstruct Viewing Monday?
Solar Eclipse Forecast: Will Clouds Obstruct Viewing Monday? We're days away from the total solar eclipse, and the path of totality is looking clear. As long as the clouds don't get in the way. The total solar eclipse is when the moon will block the face of the sun, casting a shadow over North America. Millions of people will have the opportunity to watch on Monday afternoon, April 8 just after 2 p.m. According to AccuWeather lead long-range forecaster Paul Pastelok, there is some concern clouds could move through Pennsylvania and New York around the time of the eclipse. "There is even a possibility of a passing shower," Pastelok said. "This c…
Coastal Flood Warning In Effect For Jersey Shore Due To Offshore Storm, Full Moon Coastal Flood Warning In Effect For Jersey Shore Due To Offshore Storm, Full Moon
Coastal Flood Warning In Effect For Jersey Shore Due To Offshore Storm, Full Moon Many parts of New Jersey are under a coastal flood warning with an offshore storm and a full moon expected to fuel high tides, forecasters said. The National Weather Service issued the coastal flood warning in Atlantic, Burlington, Cape May, Middlesex, Monmouth, and Ocean counties at 6 a.m. on Monday, Mar. 25. The NWS said the warning would be in effect until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Mar. 26. A storm out in the Atlantic Ocean will increase offshore wind speeds and make waves larger, according to the NWS. That will combine with Monday night's full moon to create "widespread tidal flooding." The w…
Timing On Strongest Wind, Heaviest Rain In Major Weekend Storm Timing On Strongest Wind, Heaviest Rain In Major Weekend Storm
Timing On Strongest Wind, Heaviest Rain In Major Weekend Storm She's here. The weekend storm that's prompted wind and flooding advisories for much of the region is under way, and the National Weather Service says it's only going to get worse. ⚠️ The forecast for today remains on track. The most significant change has been the expansion of the Wind Advisory to... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Saturday, March 23, 2024 Forecast Rainfall Saturday, March 22 National Weather Service Winds are expected to increase later Saturday morning, March 23, with the strongest gusts expected to last through Sunday morning…
Split Storms Combine: Brace For 4 Inches Of Rain This Weekend In NJ, PA, Forecasters Say Split Storms Combine: Brace For 4 Inches Of Rain This Weekend In NJ, PA, Forecasters Say
Split Storms Combine: Brace For 4 Inches Of Rain This Weekend In NJ, PA, Forecasters Say All of New Jersey and Greater Philadelphia are under a flood watch ahead of one big rain storm, or a combination of two different storms that will combine and head to the region this weekend. Between two and four inches of rain are expected to fall between late Friday night, March 22 and Saturday evening, March 23 before tapering off, according to the National Weather Service. "A soaking rainstorm will cause problems along the I-95 corridor as the weekend gets started, with waves of rain moving in late Friday night through Saturday," AccuWeather Meteorologist Dean DeVore said. "Expect slow …
Snow Squalls Smack NJ, Temps To Plummet (VIDEO) Snow Squalls Smack NJ, Temps To Plummet (VIDEO)
Snow Squalls Smack NJ, Temps To Plummet (Video) The first day of spring is behind us, but winter seems to be sticking around. Snow and rain showers were possible Wednesday evening, March 20, with some snow squalls already having smacked the northernmost parts of New Jersey. From a spotter in High Point earlier, around 4 PM, where 1 to 2" of snow fell quickly in northwest Sussex County NJ, as... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Wednesday, March 20, 2024 According to the National Weather Service, flurries were possible in Warren, Sussex, and Morris counties in New Jersey; and across the Lehigh Vall…
'Split Storms': 2 Merging Systems Could Make One Even Bigger Storm Across Northeast 'Split Storms': 2 Merging Systems Could Make One Even Bigger Storm Across Northeast
'Split Storms': 2 Merging Systems Could Make One Even Bigger Storm Across Northeast The first weekend of spring is looking like a rainy one, forecasters say. Two separate storms are expected to converge this weekend in the Northeast, bringing gusty winds and heavy rain to the area, according to AccuWeather. The storms forming along the Canadian border and the Gulf of Mexico could join together in the middle of the week and push toward the East Coast at the end of the week, AccuWeather says. "How nasty the weather becomes along the Eastern Seaboard this weekend will depend on whether or not the two storms phase [merge together]," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dave Dombe…
Snow Showers Possible For Some As Winter Lingers Into Spring In Northeast Snow Showers Possible For Some As Winter Lingers Into Spring In Northeast
Snow Showers Possible For Some As Winter Lingers Into Spring In Northeast Winter is hanging on for dear life. The temperatures are only going to get colder as spring gets closer (Tuesday, March 19), bringing a chance of snow and snow squalls for some in the Northeast. "After a mild start to the weekend, temperatures will trend to a bit chillier than the historical average from Sunday to Wednesday of this week," an AccuWeather report reads.  "New York City will have multiple days with highs in the mid- to upper 40s, compared to a historical average near 50 degrees this week." St. Patrick's Day will have a high near 55 with a slight chance of showers in the …
50 MPH Winds Knock Power To More Than 30K New Jersey Residents 50 MPH Winds Knock Power To More Than 30K New Jersey Residents
50 MPH Winds Knock Power To More Than 30K New Jersey Residents Wind gusts nearing 50 miles per hour left thousands of New Jersey residents without power Monday, March 11. According to the National Weather Service, winds are expected to die down in the evening with a wind advisory in effect until 11 p.m. Skies will be mostly cloudy with a high near 50. As of 4:15 p.m., the following areas did not have power: JCP&L: Hunterdon County: 4,264 without power mostly in Bethlehem, Glen Gardner, Hampton, Hampton, High Bridge, Lebanon, Readington Middlesex County: 8,359 without power mostly in Monroe Township Morris County: 10,049 mostly in…
Another Round: Anticipated 2 Inches Of Rain Prompts Flood Watch For South Jersey Another Round: Anticipated 2 Inches Of Rain Prompts Flood Watch For South Jersey
Another Round: Anticipated 2 Inches Of Rain Prompts Flood Watch For South Jersey A weekend of rain could end in snow in parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, according to the National Weather Service. A flood watch for much the region from 1 p.m. Saturday through through Sunday evening as a low-pressure storm is set to bring up to drop two inches of rainfall, according to the NWS. Paired with the multiple rounds of rainfall from the past several days, this new round "is likely to bring several river gauges into flood stage across the Passaic, Raritan, and Rancocas basins by Sunday," the NWS said.  By Sunday is expected to be partly sunny with scatte…
Drenching Rain, 45 MPH Winds: New Storm Moving Toward Northeast Drenching Rain, 45 MPH Winds: New Storm Moving Toward Northeast
Drenching Rain, 45 MPH Winds: New Storm Moving Toward Northeast Forecasters are warning of a weekend storm bringing widespread rain and gusty winds to the Northeast, creating yet another flood risk. Thursday, March 7 will be be mild with scattered showers while Friday, March 8 will be mostly sunny with temps in the mid-50s, forecasters say. Saturday, March 9 is when the new storm will begin moving into the region with rain beginning in the afternoon and lasting overnight, according to the National Weather Service. About an inch of rain is expected to fall, which the National Weather Service says isn't much, but given an already-wet ground "there is pot…
When Will Sun Come Out? Northeast Facing Three Rounds Of 'Soaking Rain' When Will Sun Come Out? Northeast Facing Three Rounds Of 'Soaking Rain'
When Will Sun Come Out? Northeast Facing Three Rounds Of 'Soaking Rain' Sunday's spring-like weather was a lovely taste of what could be, but isn't — at least not yet. The Northeast is facing several days of rain before sunny skies return, forecasters say. Good Tuesday Morning Everyone! There will be three separate rounds of widespread rain this week. The first round is... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 "Three storms will swing through the eastern United States into this weekend, delivering soaking rain that may lead to disruptions in outdoor activities despite the mild weather pattern," AccuWea…
Snow, Hail Could Be Part Of Damaging Mid-Week Storm Headed To NJ, PA: Forecasters Snow, Hail Could Be Part Of Damaging Mid-Week Storm Headed To NJ, PA: Forecasters
Snow, Hail Could Be Part Of Damaging Mid-Week Storm Headed To NJ, PA: Forecasters Forecasters are tracking a gusty storm bringing rain and some snow to parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Rain is expected to begin across both states Tuesday evening, Feb. 27, and continue through Wednesday morning, Feb. 28, the National Weather Service says. ☔️ Multiple rounds of rain & storms will occur across central PA through Wednesday evening, Stay Weather Aware! 1⃣: Tues... Posted by US National Weather Service State College PA on Tuesday, February 27, 2024 While temperatures on Wednesday could reach a high of 60, a steep drop is expected in the evening to around 30, …
Thunderstorms With Hail, 65 MPH Winds Threaten Northeast As Temps Soar Mid-Week: Forecasters Thunderstorms With Hail, 65 MPH Winds Threaten Northeast As Temps Soar Mid-Week: Forecasters
Thunderstorms With Hail, 65 MPH Winds Threaten Northeast As Temps Soar Mid-Week: Forecasters Following a stretch of seasonably chilly weather, temps will trend upward unleashing a surge of powerful storms along the East Coast, forecasters say. Sunday, Feb. 25 could be the last day of winter chill for several days with temps in the low 40s and sunny skies, the National Weather Service says. Monday will be warm and sunny as temperatures rise to the mid-50s. Tuesday will reach near 60 degrees and will be partly sunny with a chance of rain in the afternoon and evening. Wednesday is when things could get dangerous, as the threat of severe thunderstorms loom.  The AccuWeather map …
Change In Weather Pattern Bringing Rain, Warmer Temps To Region: Forecasters Change In Weather Pattern Bringing Rain, Warmer Temps To Region: Forecasters
Change In Weather Pattern Bringing Rain, Warmer Temps To Region: Forecasters A change in the weather is bringing warmer weather and rain to the mid-Atlantic and Northeast, closing out a dry week with mild temps, forecasters are saying. Wednesday, Feb. 21 will be mostly sunny with a high near 45, melting snow that fell last week, the National Weather Service says.  The snow could re-freeze as temps dip just under 30 at night, but a warm-up Thursday means the precipitation eyeing the region likely won't be more snow. Good morning! Expect a slightly warmer day today compared to yesterday with mostly sunny skies. The forecast hasn't... Posted by US National We…
Forecasters Were Way Off: 13 Inches Of Snow Fell Unexpectedly In NJ, PA Towns Forecasters Were Way Off: 13 Inches Of Snow Fell Unexpectedly In NJ, PA Towns
Forecasters Were Way Off: 13 Inches Of Snow Fell Unexpectedly In NJ, PA Towns Four inches of snow at most was expected in the second snow storm of the week in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. But much more fell.  In the Friday, Feb. 16 and Saturday, Feb. 17 storm, up to 13 inches of snow fell in some towns across the region, according to the National Weather Service. Here's who got the most snow, according to the National Weather Service: ATLANTIC, NJ: Beuna Vista, 3.3 inches; Hammonton, 2.8 inches; Somers Point, 2.2 inches BERKS, PA: Lyons, 12 inches; Fleetwood, 9 inches; Blandon, 8.5 inches BERGEN, NJ: Westwood 3 inches; Fair Lawn 2.5 inches; River Vale 2 …
Four Inches Of Snow Forecasted Along Jersey Shore Overnight Four Inches Of Snow Forecasted Along Jersey Shore Overnight
Four Inches Of Snow Forecasted Along Jersey Shore Overnight Many parts of the Jersey Shore avoided the snow during a pre-Valentine's Day winter storm, but the coast doesn't appear to be dodging it this time. The National Weather Service said the Jersey Shore could see two to four inches of snow overnight and in the morning on Saturday, Feb. 17. All counties in South Jersey are under a winter weather advisory for the duration of the storm, with some winter storm warnings expected. The snow is expected to begin across South Jersey at around 1 a.m., according to the NWS. Places along the Pennsylvania border could see the snow start falling a little ear…
New Forecast Map: 4 Inches Of Snow Now Projected For Vineland New Forecast Map: 4 Inches Of Snow Now Projected For Vineland
New Forecast Map: 4 Inches Of Snow Now Projected For Vineland In a newly-released forecast map, parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania are expected to get up to four inches of snow in this second winter storm of the week. The new map shows between 3 and 4 inches could fall along the Jersey Shore, in South Jersey, and in the Reading/Greater Philadelphia areas in the storm expected to begin late Friday, Feb. 16. UPDATE: 13 Inches Of Snow Fell In These NJ, PA Towns — See Who Got The Most Snow Central Jersey could see up to 3 inches while North Jersey and the Poconos will likely only see 1 or 2 inches, the NWS says. Snow will continue through Saturday, Fe…
Here's Who Got The Most Snow In South Jersey From Winter Storm Here's Who Got The Most Snow In South Jersey From Winter Storm
Here's Who Got The Most Snow In South Jersey From Winter Storm Some parts of South Jersey received more than half a foot of snow during a pre-Valentine's Day winter storm. The National Weather Service said snow stopped falling in the region at around 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 13. While it wasn't as much as North Jersey, plenty of communities saw significant accumulation. The NWS published its final official snowfall reports for the storm: Atlantic County Atlantic City International Airport - trace Burlington County Delran - 2.1 inches Maple Shade - 1.9 inches Mount Holly - 1.4 inches Mount Laurel - 1.4 inches Medford - 1.0 inches Moorestown - 1.0 in…
Coastal Flooding, Wind Expected From Pre-Valentine's Day Winter Storm On Jersey Shore Coastal Flooding, Wind Expected From Pre-Valentine's Day Winter Storm On Jersey Shore
Coastal Flooding, Wind Expected From Pre-Valentine's Day Winter Storm On Jersey Shore While many parts of the Jersey Shore won't see snow, a winter storm is expected to bring some issues right before Valentine's Day, forecasters said. According to the National Weather Service, moderate coastal flooding is forecasted from Perth Amboy to Cape May on Tuesday, Feb. 13. Minor flooding coastal flooding is expected along the Delaware Bay and Delaware River. Parts of Burlington, Cumberland, Monmouth, Ocean, and Salem counties are expected to get about an inch of snow. While inland Atlantic County could see some snow, the coast and Cape May County aren't forecasted to receive any acc…