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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…
Here's Who Got The Most Snow In North Jersey During 2nd Storm Of The Week Here's Who Got The Most Snow In North Jersey During 2nd Storm Of The Week
Here's Who Got The Most Snow In North Jersey During 2nd Storm Of The Week 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 …
New Forecast Map: 4 Inches Of Snow Now Projected For Parts Of NJ, PA New Forecast Map: 4 Inches Of Snow Now Projected For Parts Of NJ, PA
New Forecast Map: 4 Inches Of Snow Now Projected For Parts Of NJ, PA 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…
These Bergen County Towns Got The Most Snow These Bergen County Towns Got The Most Snow
These Bergen County Towns Got The Most Snow New Jersey residents are digging out of this week's snow storm — the worst of the season so far. According to the National Weather Service, the storm left 15 inches in the northern-most part of the state, canceling schools across the region. Here are the towns who got the most snow in the Tuesday, Feb. 13 storm, according to the National Weather Service. BERGEN River Vale: 9.8 inches Franklin Lakes: 9.1 Waldwick: 9.0 Bergenfield: 8.1 Mahwah: 8.0 Fair Lawn: 7.0 Lyndhurst: 6.5 HUDSON Harrison: 5.5 East Newark: 5.0 SW Hoboken: 4.8 MORRIS Green Pond/Randolph: 11.5 Denville: 10.2 Kinnelon…
Murphy Urges NJ Residents Work From Home, Stay Off Roads Ahead Of Winter Storm Murphy Urges NJ Residents Work From Home, Stay Off Roads Ahead Of Winter Storm
Murphy Urges NJ Residents Work From Home, Stay Off Roads Ahead Of Winter Storm New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is urging residents to stay off the roads ahead of a winter storm expected Monday, Feb. 12 into Tuesday, Feb. 13. The National Weather Service was predicting up to 18 inches of snow in the northernmost part of the state, with between 6 inches and a foot possible across Sussex, Warren, Morris, Hunterdon, Somerset, Passaic, Bergen, and western Essex counties, where a Winter Storm Warning was issued. Murphy  said the most intense stretch of precipitation, beginning as rain and turning to snow, will happen in the middle of the night and run into mid-morning…
Foot Of Snow Could Fall In Bergen County In Major Storm, NWS Says Foot Of Snow Could Fall In Bergen County In Major Storm, NWS Says
Foot Of Snow Could Fall In Bergen County In Major Storm, NWS Says The National Weather Service says parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania could see more snow than what was initially predicted due to a shift in the storm track. In an updating briefing published Monday, Feb. 12, the NWS said 12 to 18 inches of snow could fall in parts of Sussex County, NJ and the Pocono Mountains. ALSO SEE: North Jersey School Closed, Delayed Ahead Of Major Winter Storm The weather map shows between 8 and 12 inches expected in parts of Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Essex, Warren, Somerset and Hunterdon counties, where winter storm warnings have been issued. Winter weather a…
New Weather Map Shows Snow Potential In Pre-Valentine's Day Storm Nearing Northeast New Weather Map Shows Snow Potential In Pre-Valentine's Day Storm Nearing Northeast
New Weather Map Shows Snow Potential In Pre-Valentine's Day Storm Nearing Northeast AccuWeather has released a new weather map ahead of a winter storm approaching the Northeast. The above model shows rain and/or snow taking aim at most of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and northern Maryland early next week, likely sometime Monday, Feb. 12 into Tuesday, Feb. 13. "While the January thaw and break from the stormy pattern extended into early February, there is going to be a change in the pattern with a potentially impactful storm coming swinging across the Midwest and Northeastern states from Monday to Tuesday," AccuWeather Meteorologist Dean DeVore said. Precipitation is expected…
Snow Chance Lingers Into March Before May Tornado Risk, AccuWeather Spring Forecast Says Snow Chance Lingers Into March Before May Tornado Risk, AccuWeather Spring Forecast Says
Snow Chance Lingers Into March Before May Tornado Risk, AccuWeather Spring Forecast Says Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring this year, but some meteorologists are saying otherwise. AccuWeather has released its Spring 2024 weather outlook, which calls for a "window of opportunity for snowstorms" along the East Coast through the first half of March. AccuWeather That includes plowable snow, so if you didn't get your fill this winter, there's still time, AccuWeather Veteran Meteorologist and Long-Range Forecaster Paul Pastelok says. "We may actually see a warmup in the second half of March across the eastern U.S.," Pastelok said, noting additional chances for snow acros…
Colder Air, Snow: Timing, Updates On New Winter Storm Expected In Bergen County Colder Air, Snow: Timing, Updates On New Winter Storm Expected In Bergen County
Colder Air, Snow: Timing, Updates On New Winter Storm Expected In Bergen County More seasonable weather is on the way this weekend, forecasters say. Following days of spring-like temps, colder air more suitable for January days, along with a wintry mix, is headed to New Jersey and Pennsylvania in the next two days, according to AccuWeather and the National Weather Service. Coastal low pressure will begin to bring mainly rain to the region tonight. Total rainfall is not expected to be all... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Saturday, January 27, 2024 "A pattern change featuring a return to colder air more typical of conditions f…
Chance Of Snow For Parts Of Bergen County In Early-Week Storm: Forecasters Chance Of Snow For Parts Of Bergen County In Early-Week Storm: Forecasters
Chance Of Snow For Parts Of Bergen County In Early-Week Storm: Forecasters Temperatures are expected to surge near 60 by the end of the week, but come next, parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania could be back in old man winter's grip, forecasters say. According to AccuWeather, a storm on Sunday, Jan. 29 will bring rain to major cities.  For northwest New Jersey, northern Pennsylvania and parts of Central Pennsylvania, however, a mix of rain and snow — or perhaps just snow — is expected. Thursday, Jan. 25 will be rainy and foggy with a high near 50 while Friday, Jan. 26 will be the same but slightly cooler, the NWS said. Saturday will be partly sunny with a hi…
Threat Of Freezing Rain Prompts Winter Weather Advisory Across Portion Of Bergen County Threat Of Freezing Rain Prompts Winter Weather Advisory Across Portion Of Bergen County
Threat Of Freezing Rain Prompts Winter Weather Advisory Across Portion Of Bergen County The threat of freezing rain and icy roads has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Winter Weather Advisory across portions of North Jersey and the Lehigh Valley. Bergen, Sussex, Warren, Morris, and Passaic Counties, along with the Poconos Mountains and the Lehigh Valley are expected to see freezing rain and snow Tuesday night, Jan. 23, the NWS said. The areas in the purple on the NWS map below are under a winter weather advisory. While Old Man Winter has likely released his grip on most of the region through the rest of the week, light icing is expected near the I-80 corrid…
Sleet, Freezing Rain, Snow To Blast Parts Of North Jersey Before Warmup: Forecasters Sleet, Freezing Rain, Snow To Blast Parts Of North Jersey Before Warmup: Forecasters
Sleet, Freezing Rain, Snow To Blast Parts Of North Jersey Before Warmup: Forecasters Warmer days are coming, but not before another bout of wintry weather, forecasters say. Sunday night, Jan. 21 will be frigid with temps in the mid-teens while Monday, Jan. 22 will be sunny with increasing clouds and a high in the mid-30s, the according to the National Weather Service. Monday night will be dry with a low around 27, however,  a wintry mix is expected to arrive Tuesday, Jan. 23, with sleet possible in the morning in Sussex, Warren, Bergen, and Passaic counties — primarily north of Route 78, the NWS said. Temps will be in the mid-30s. There's a chance of rain fo…
Blowing Snow, Frigid Temps Make For Arctic-Like Weekend: Here's What's In Store For Next Week Blowing Snow, Frigid Temps Make For Arctic-Like Weekend: Here's What's In Store For Next Week
Blowing Snow, Frigid Temps Make For Arctic-Like Weekend: Here's What's In Store For Next Week Gusty winds and temps in the single digits will make for an arctic-like start to the weekend across New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania. Saturday, Jan. 20 will be partly sunny with wind chill values between 10 and 15 degrees, and temps reaching a high of between 20 and 25 degrees, the National Weather Service says. Winds will make temps feel like they're in the single digits, and will keep snow blowing through the air until Sunday, Jan. 21, the NWS said. Sunday will reach highs of between 25 and 30 degrees, with winds up to 15 mph. Monday, Jan. 22 will be mostly sunny and slightly more m…
New Forecast: Increased Snowfall Totals Expected, Arctic Temps To Follow Northeast Storm New Forecast: Increased Snowfall Totals Expected, Arctic Temps To Follow Northeast Storm
New Forecast: Increased Snowfall Totals Expected, Arctic Temps To Follow Northeast Storm Newly-released forecast maps show parts of the region could see up to six inches of snow in the end-of-week storm. Intermittent snow is expected to begin between 4 and 7 a.m. Friday, Jan. 19, with the heaviest amounts falling in the afternoon, the National Weather Service said. Snow will fall at about 0.5 inches per hour and will taper by the evening, with temps in the upper 20s and low 30s, the NWS said. SNOWFALL PREDICTIONS The areas expected to get 4 to 6 inches are Trenton, Long Branch, Allentown, and Philadelphia. Reading, Vineland, Parsippany and Toms River are expected to get 3 to …
Six Inches Of Snow Could Slam Parts Of NJ, PA: Latest Forecast, Timing Updates Six Inches Of Snow Could Slam Parts Of NJ, PA: Latest Forecast, Timing Updates
Six Inches Of Snow Could Slam Parts Of NJ, PA: Latest Forecast, Timing Updates Newly-released forecast maps from the National Weather Service show up to six inches of snow could fall across eastern Pennsylvania and much of New Jersey. Accumulating snowfall will begin Monday, night Jan. 15, mainly after 7 p.m., and carry into Tuesday morning, Jan. 16, impacting the morning commute as it changes over to a wintry mix, the NWS said in its latest briefing. ALSO SEE: North Jersey School Delays For Tuesday, Jan. 16 Between 4 and 6 inches of snow was being forecast for most of North Jersey (including Morris, Sussex, pars of Bergen/Essex/Hudson, Warren, and Hunterdon Counties…
Snow Squalls Possible Sunday, Fierce Winds Knock Power To Hundreds Of NJ Residents Snow Squalls Possible Sunday, Fierce Winds Knock Power To Hundreds Of NJ Residents
Snow Squalls Possible Sunday, Fierce Winds Knock Power To Hundreds Of NJ Residents Quick and intense bursts of snow are possible on Sunday, Jan. 14 across New Jersey, not great news for hundreds of residents still in the dark or dealing with flooding from the latest storms. Parts of Morris and Hunterdon counties are at greatest risk of snow squalls on Sunday, the National Weather Service says. Wind gusts between 40 and 50 mph were possible. ⚠️❄️🌬️ There is potential for snow squalls from Sunday morning into the early afternoon. Remember, there is no safe... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Saturday, January 13, 2024 In Morris Coun…
Possibility Of Snow, Ice Storm For Northeast Next Week Hinges On One Factor: AccuWeather Possibility Of Snow, Ice Storm For Northeast Next Week Hinges On One Factor: AccuWeather
Possibility Of Snow, Ice Storm For Northeast Next Week Hinges On One Factor: AccuWeather A winter storm could hit the Northeast next week, but it depends on one factor, forecasters say. A dip in the jet stream. “Should a large dip develop in the jet stream, then a major winter storm will climb the Atlantic coast from Monday night to Tuesday night,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Bob Smerbeck explained. “However, should only a shallow dip in the jet stream develop, the storm would be more likely to escape out to sea, off the southern Atlantic coast by midweek.” Weather maps show a dusting of between one and three inches, should the snow make its way up to New Jersey, eastern…
'Arctic Blast:' Snow, Ice To Threaten Northeast After Windy, Rainy Start To Weekend 'Arctic Blast:' Snow, Ice To Threaten Northeast After Windy, Rainy Start To Weekend
'Arctic Blast:' Snow, Ice To Threaten Northeast After Windy, Rainy Start To Weekend Forecasters are tracking two more storms in the coming days: One bringing heavy rain and wind, the other snow and ice to the Northeast. Thursday, Jan. 11 will be partly sunny with a high near 45 while Friday, Jan. 12 will be the same, before rain begins in the evening, the National Weather Service says.  The heaviest rain will fall at night and could result in major flooding adding to the damage for the mid-week storm. Quieter conditions are expected today before the next system arrives Friday afternoon into the weekend. Expect another... Posted by US National Weather Service Bal…
Route 46 In Lodi Flooded (STORM DAMAGE UPDATE) Route 46 In Lodi Flooded (STORM DAMAGE UPDATE)
Route 46 In Lodi Flooded (Storm Damage Update) North Jersey residents are feeling the impact of this week's storm with thousands still without power and schools closed or delayed. In Bergen County, houses were hit on East Midland Avenue in Paramus and on Sunset Avenue in Englewood. A Mahwah police officer also escaped serious injury when a falling tree struck his cruiser. Route 17 was closed in both directions at various times in multiple spots, including in Hasbrouck Heights around 9:30 p.m., in East Rutherford just before midnight and in Rochelle Park about an hour later. A stretch of Route 46 in Lodi also was under water, as we…
Another Storm Nears: Weather Service Warns Of Event Causing More Flooding In NJ, PA Another Storm Nears: Weather Service Warns Of Event Causing More Flooding In NJ, PA
Another Storm Nears: Weather Service Warns Of Event Causing More Flooding In NJ, PA Yet another storm system is working its way toward the region, the National Weather Service warns. Northern New Jersey and Southeast Pennsylvania will remain in a flood stage through the end of the week, when the second storm is set to arrive, the NWS said. That storm will begin Friday evening, Jan. 12, with rainfall continuing overnight into Saturday, Jan. 13, the weather service said. That storm will also be accompanied by new flooding and damaging winds. While recovery is underway from the storm that affected our region last night, another storm is gearing up to affect our... Posted…
Hundreds Without Power In Bergen County As Storm Intensifies Hundreds Without Power In Bergen County As Storm Intensifies
Hundreds Without Power In Bergen County As Storm Intensifies Thousands of New Jersey residents were without power as of Tuesday evening, Jan. 9, as the storm intensified. A State of Emergency ordered by Gov. Phil Murphy went into effect at 5 p.m., with state and local officials urging residents to stay off the roads. As of 7:25 p.m., more than 2,000 residents in Hunterdon County were in the dark, according to JCP&L, including 123 in Delaware; 729 in Lambertville City; 733 in Raritan; 437 in West Amwell, and more. In Morris County, 3,360 JCP&L customers were without power. Those are residents of Mount Olive where 2,449 people w…
State Of Emergency: 65 MPH Winds, Flash Flooding Expected In Severe Storm Headed To New Jersey State Of Emergency: 65 MPH Winds, Flash Flooding Expected In Severe Storm Headed To New Jersey
State Of Emergency: 65 MPH Winds, Flash Flooding Expected In Severe Storm Headed To New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy declared a State of Emergency as all of New Jersey was under multiple weather alerts and advisories on Tuesday, Jan. 9, ahead of a storm expected to pound the region with heavy rain and gusty winds. Between 1 and 3 inches of rain is expected across the state with up to 65 mph winds that could cause power outages and uprooted trees, according to the National Weather Service. ⚠️ State of Emergency effective at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 9 in anticipation of severe storms causing hazardous weather conditions including heavy rain 🌧️ , high winds 💨, and flash flooding 🌊. —…
Tracking Major Mid-Week Winter Storm Set To Blast Region With Heavy Wind, Rain Tracking Major Mid-Week Winter Storm Set To Blast Region With Heavy Wind, Rain
Tracking Major Mid-Week Winter Storm Set To Blast Region With Heavy Wind, Rain A new winter storm on the heels of the last is set to blast the Northeast with heavy rain and winds, the National Weather Service said. Monday, Jan. 8 will be sunny with a high in the mid-40s and Tuesday, Jan. 9 will be even warmer and breezy, with a high near 50, but with a chance of rain, the NWS said. That rain is set to begin around 1 p.m., and will be accompanied by heavy winds as the day progresses, forecasters say. The NWS imposed a wind advisory beginning the evening of Jan. 9 for much of the Northeast. Between 1 and 3 inches of rain is expected to fall in across the entire region,…
How Accurate Were NWS' Snowfall Predictions In North Jersey? Let's Compare Maps How Accurate Were NWS' Snowfall Predictions In North Jersey? Let's Compare Maps
How Accurate Were NWS' Snowfall Predictions In North Jersey? Let's Compare Maps The National Weather Service has released an automated analysis of snowfall after the Saturday, Jan. 6 storm. Let's see how accurate the NWS' prediction models were compared to the model released after the storm. The weather service initially said nearly all of Sussex County and large portions of Morris and Warren counties would get a foot of snow.  Wanatage in Sussex County was expected to get the most snow. A foot of snow or more fell there, but the areas around it like Sussex, Hamburg and Branchburg, Blairstown and Hardwick saw something closer to 8 or 10 inches, the NWS analysis s…
Snow Predictions Increase From National Weather Service For Parts Of NJ, PA (TIMING) Snow Predictions Increase From National Weather Service For Parts Of NJ, PA (TIMING)
Snow Predictions Increase From National Weather Service For Parts Of NJ, PA (Timing) The National Weather Service has released its latest snowfall predictions for New Jersey and parts of eastern Pennsylvania ahead of this weekend's storm. HOW MUCH SNOW? Good Saturday morning. It is a cold start to the day, however a storm arriving by later today will bring accumulating... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Saturday, January 6, 2024 Up to a foot of snow is expected to fall in Sussex, Morris, Passaic, and Warren counties, and even a small portion of northwestern Bergen County, beginning Saturday afternoon, Jan. 6, the NWS' latest weathe…
Tracking Weekend Snow, Mid-Week Rain Storms Both Heading Toward Northeast Tracking Weekend Snow, Mid-Week Rain Storms Both Heading Toward Northeast
Tracking Weekend Snow, Mid-Week Rain Storms Both Heading Toward Northeast Parts of the region will be shoveling out of several inches of snow from the weekend when another strong storm system moves in, forecasters are saying. On Friday, Jan. 5, the National Weather Service released a new model showing between eight and 12 inches of snow in Sussex and Warren counties in New Jersey, and the Pocono mountains in PA (scroll for map). The chance of snow isn't looking good for greater Philadelphia this weekend, the NWS says, noting snow-lovers in the area will be "disappointed" by this weekend's system. "Our latest forecast has only a 3% chance of seeing 1" or more of …
New Forecast Map: 7 Inches Of Snow Could Fall In Parts Of NJ This Weekend New Forecast Map: 7 Inches Of Snow Could Fall In Parts Of NJ This Weekend
New Forecast Map: 7 Inches Of Snow Could Fall In Parts Of NJ This Weekend Some parts of New Jersey and the Lehigh Valley/Pocono mountains could get up to seven inches of snow this weekend, according to newly-released forecast maps. The National Weather Service's Mount Holly office released a new forecast map on Thursday, Jan. 4 — two days before heavy snow is expected to make its debut after nearly two years in the Northeast. ⚠️❄️ A coastal system will bring widespread precipitation to our region. Snow and some mixed precip will occur northwest... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Thursday, January 4, 2024 ⚠️ A lot of …
Another Impactful Storm To Follow Snowy Weekend In Northeast: Forecasters Another Impactful Storm To Follow Snowy Weekend In Northeast: Forecasters
Another Impactful Storm To Follow Snowy Weekend In Northeast: Forecasters Forecasters are touting a massive storm expected to drop several inches of snow on the East Coast this weekend. But some weather maps show parts of the Northeast will get only rain, and no snow at all, noting a another impactful storm could be coming mid-week next week, AccuWeather reports. The storm coming Saturday, Jan. 6 will move northeast from the Gulf Coast toward the mid-Atlantic between 12 and 1 p.m., according to AccuWeather and the National Weather Service.  Our first chance for some accumulating and potentially impactful snowfall this season will occur for some this wee…
First Projected Snowfall Totals Released For Major Storm Headed To Northeast First Projected Snowfall Totals Released For Major Storm Headed To Northeast
First Projected Snowfall Totals Released For Major Storm Headed To Northeast The first projected snowfall totals have been released for a potent coast-to-coast winter storm expected to hit the Northeast midway through the weekend. Click here for a new, updated story - Projected Snowfall Totals Increase As Nor'easter Nears: These Spots Could See 18 Inches Snowfall is expected to begin overnight Saturday, Jan. 6 into Sunday, Jan. 7, according to the National Weather Service. Areas in the darker shade in the image above from AccuWeather.com are expected to see between 6 and 12 inches of snowfall, including parts of upstate New York, northern Connecticut and areas…