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Developing Tropical Storm To Drop Rain Along East Coast This Weekend Developing Tropical Storm To Drop Rain Along East Coast This Weekend
Developing Tropical Storm To Drop Rain Along East Coast This Weekend Soak up the sun while you can.  A tropical storm system developing in the southeast part of the country will likely work its way up the Eastern Seaboard, bringing gusty winds and downpours to the mid-Atlantic and Northeast over the weekend, AccuWeather says. Good morning! The good news is we have a few more dry weather days on the way through Friday. The bad news is that... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Wednesday, September 20, 2023 Even if the storm system doesn't form, heavy rain and thunderstorms associated with the system will be forced …
Hurricane Lee Won't Have Much Impact On NJ, Weather Maps Show Hurricane Lee Won't Have Much Impact On NJ, Weather Maps Show
Hurricane Lee Won't Have Much Impact On NJ, Weather Maps Show Hurricane Lee is expected to make landfall in Canada sometime over the weekend. What does that mean for New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the mid-Atlantic states? Not a lot. ...TROPICAL STORM CONDITIONS EXPECTED ON BERMUDA BEGINNING EARLY TOMORROW... ...RISK OF WIND, COASTAL FLOODING, AND... Posted by NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center on Wednesday, September 13, 2023 Lee's most-likely course shows it will make landfall in Atlantic Canada at the end of the week, and its most significant impacts will be felt in Halifax and some of New England. In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the mid-…
Tornado Possible, Flood Watch Issued Across 18 NJ Counties As Thunderstorms Loom Tornado Possible, Flood Watch Issued Across 18 NJ Counties As Thunderstorms Loom
Tornado Possible, Flood Watch Issued Across 18 NJ Counties As Thunderstorms Loom A flood watch is in effect across 18 of New Jersey's counties as thunderstorms with the possibility of a tornado moves in, the National Weather Service said. The flood watch is in effect until Wednesday evening, Sept. 13, in the following counties, according to the NWS: Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren. The NWS said there is a "marginal risk" of an isolated tornado and damaging winds, however, no tornado watch or warning was issued. A flood watch is in effect…
Hurricane Lee Growing Larger Before Expected Northward Turn: Latest Projected Landfall Timing Hurricane Lee Growing Larger Before Expected Northward Turn: Latest Projected Landfall Timing
Hurricane Lee Growing Larger Before Expected Northward Turn: Latest Projected Landfall Timing Hurricane Lee is growing in size before it is expected to take a sharp northerly turn by midweek. Click here for a new, updated story: Hurricane Lee Track Shift Poses Increased Threat For Northeast, Possible New England Landfall As of around 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, Lee is located about 550 miles south of Bermuda with 115 mile-per-hour winds. A Category 3 storm on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, it's moving northwest at 6 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said. Hurricane-force winds now extend 90 miles from Lee’s center, an increase from the weekend. Some slowing…
Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall
Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall Hurricane Lee has restrengthened as it is just days away from affecting a massive stretch of coastline along the East Coast. Click here for the latest update - Here Comes Hurricane Lee: Watches, Advisories Stretch From NY Through New England As of early Monday morning, Sept. 11, Lee is located 340 miles north of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean with 120 mile-per-hour winds. Now a Category 3 storm, it's moving northwest at 7 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said. It could briefly return to Category 4 status Tuesday morning, Sept. 12 before returning to Category 2 sta…
Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track
Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track A new week-long projected track for Monster Hurricane Lee has been released as forecasters are now saying its risk to the East Coast has increased. "Hurricane Lee will remain a powerful storm after undergoing rapid intensification," according to a report by AccuWeather.com on Saturday, Sept. 8. "As Lee turns northward next week dangerous surf will develop along the East Coast while the risk for direct impact rises in New England." For a look at Lee's projected path through Saturday, Sept. 16, see the image above. Lee is now a Category 3 hurricane packed with maximum sustained winds of…
1.3K Bergen County Residents Without Power, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Remains In Effect 1.3K Bergen County Residents Without Power, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Remains In Effect
1.3K Bergen County Residents Without Power, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Remains In Effect Thousands of New Jersey residents were without power after a round of powerful afternoon storms swept through the region. The National Weather Service issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for much of the region through 11 p.m., and that comes after a round of quarter-sized hail and gusty winds. As of 5:25 p.m., the following areas were without power: JCP&L Essex County: 7,005 customers (most in Millburn [3.2K], Livingston [2.3K]) Monmouth County: 2,563 (most in Howell [1.9K]) Morris County: 11,300 (most in Boonton [1.6K], East Hanover [2.2K], Florham Park [1.2K], Montville [3…
New Monster Storm Update: Forecast Models Take Major Hurricane Lee Along East Coast New Monster Storm Update: Forecast Models Take Major Hurricane Lee Along East Coast
New Monster Storm Update: Forecast Models Take Major Hurricane Lee Along East Coast Hurricane Lee has rapidly strengthened with new long-range computer models predicting its eventual path could take it at or near the Northeast. Click here for a new, updated story: Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track Lee, now packed with maximum sustained winds of 150 miles per hour, is located over the warm waters of the Central Atlantic, hitting Category 5 status before wind speeds lowered it to Cat 4. It's expected to move over the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico this weekend, according to the National Hurricane Center. Already the st…
'Exceptionally Dangerous Weather Event': Lee Becomes Powerful Hurricane, May Hit Cat 5 In Days 'Exceptionally Dangerous Weather Event': Lee Becomes Powerful Hurricane, May Hit Cat 5 In Days
'Exceptionally Dangerous Weather Event': Lee Becomes Powerful Hurricane, May Hit Cat 5 In Days Tropical Storm Lee has strengthened to a hurricane earlier than expected with its current path taking it toward the Atlantic Coast, possibly reaching Category 5 status. Lee, located in the Central Atlantic, is now packed with 110 mile-per-hour winds, making it a Category 2 hurricane, according to the National Hurricane Center. "A more significant threat from Hurricane Lee to the US East Coast could unfold during the middle or end of next week if the storm turns toward the coast," according to AccuWeather.com. Lee is expected to continue strengthening over the next couple of days, beco…
Severe Thunderstorm Watch In Effect For Much Of Region Severe Thunderstorm Watch In Effect For Much Of Region
Severe Thunderstorm Watch In Effect For Much Of Region With a round of storms moving from west to east in interior portions of the region, a Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for much of the area The watch is in effect until 9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 7 across DC, MD, NJ, PA, and VA. Potentially dangerous straight-line wind gusts are the primary threat, with potentially damaging hail also possible, according to the National Weather Service. Localized heavy rainfall and lightning are also possible. The storms are expected to break the extreme heat, but could stick around until Tuesday, Sept. 12, AccuWeather says. Thunders…
Here's Timing On Separate Rounds Of Storms That Will Bring Relief From Heat Here's Timing On Separate Rounds Of Storms That Will Bring Relief From Heat
Here's Timing On Separate Rounds Of Storms That Will Bring Relief From Heat A days-long stretch of hot and humid conditions will finally come to an end with the arrival of an unsettled weather pattern that will include separate rounds of storms. The high temperature on Thursday, Sept. 7 will generally be in the low 90s with the heat index in the upper 90s due to high humidity, according to the National Weather Service. A Heat Advisory is in effect for most of the region until early Thursday evening. Clouds will increase Thursday night as the unsettled conditions arrive, prompting the separate storm chances. The first chance for showers and thun…
Heat Relief? Here's When Cool-Down Is Expected For Northeast Heat Relief? Here's When Cool-Down Is Expected For Northeast
Heat Relief? Here's When Cool-Down Is Expected For Northeast Summer is holding on for dear life in the Northeast.  We're in the midst of the hottest stretch of the past few months with real-feel temps expected to near 100 degrees across parts of the East Coast this week. Don't give up on fall weather yet, relief is just days away, forecasters say. Temps averaged 95 degrees on Labor Day and Tuesday, Sept. 5, and it weren't expected to be much better Wednesday, Sept. 6: AccuWeather's real-feel map shows much of the mid-Atlantic could seem like temperatures are more than 100 degrees. ALSO SEE: Extreme Heat Causes Schedule Changes For Th…
New Tropical System Expected To Become Major Hurricane Threatens East Coast New Tropical System Expected To Become Major Hurricane Threatens East Coast
New Tropical System Expected To Become Major Hurricane Threatens East Coast A new tropical system has developed and is expected to become a major hurricane threatening the East Coast by this weekend. Tropical Depression 13, now in the Central Atlantic is headed on a northwestern path, the National Hurricane Center said. The storm is expected to create "stronger surf and rip currents" along the Eastern Seaboard, from Florida to Maine, AccuWeather said. Depending on the path it takes, the expected time frame for potential impacts to the United States and Atlantic Canada is from Wednesday, Sept. 13 through Saturday, Sept. 16, possibly as a Category 4 hurricane, …