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Small NYC Earthquake Felt By North Jersey Residents: USGS
Did you feel it North Jersey?
A 1.7 magnitude earthquake in Astoria, NY was felt all the way up in North Jersey on the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 2, according to the US Geological Survey.
The earthquake was felt in Pompton Plains, Parsippany, West Orange, Union, Holmdel, Fort Lee, Ridgewood and Paterson, the USGS map shows.
According to NBC4, FDNY firefighters responded to reports of small booms called in by residents south of the Roosevelt Island Tramway sometime before 6 a.m.
USGS reports a 1.7 magnitude earthquake near Astoria, Queens. No reports of damage/injuries in NYC. https://t.c…
Massive Winter Storm With Snow, Ice Could End Sunny Week In Northeast
We've earned it.
Forecasters are following the first winter storm of the season for the Northeast, expected to arrive this weekend, AccuWeather reports.
The outlet said the storm, moving in on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 6 and lingering through Sunday, Jan. 7, could be the most significant storm that the region has seen in years.
It's still too soon to say how much snow will fall, AccuWeather says, though weather maps show snow across all of Pennsylvania, North Jersey and northern Maryland.
Weekend winter storm. AccuWeather
"There is a chance that accumulating snow can fall all the way t…
Snow Showers Could Close Out 2023 In Some Parts Of NJ, Mostly Dry Elsewhere: NWS
It won't be white but there will be flurries.
New Year's Eve could come with snow (just a dusting of it) in parts of New Jersey, the National Weather Service says.
We're gonna actually see our local star for a fair amount of today, which is something we haven't seen much of for the... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Friday, December 29, 2023
The week will close out with sunny skies and temps near 50 on Friday, Dec. 29, according to the NWS.
Temperatures will drop to around 45 on Saturday, Dec. 30, and slightly lower Sunday, Dec. 31. Sunday evening…
Post-Christmas Storm Ends 2023 With Days Of Rain, Possible Flooding
The chances of a white Christmas this year are looking slim, and the end of the year is looking wet.
The holiday weekend will be mostly dry with mild temps before a post-Christmas storm moves in over the Northeast on Tuesday night, Dec. 26, according to AccuWeather.
Once the rain starts, though, it's not expected to stop until the end of the week, according to AccuWeather.
More than five inches of rain fell in the first 20 days of December alone — 1.5 times the historical average, the weather outlet said. In Philadelphia, more than twice the average amount of rain fell: 6.22 inches, …
Thousands Without Power, Roads Flooded, Schools Delayed In North Jersey After Storm
Rain from a Sunday, Dec. 17 storm closed roads and delayed school openings across New Jersey on Monday, Dec. 18.
Thousands of residents were without power as of 9 a.m.
According to the PSE&G outage map, the following areas did not have power:
Bergen: 3,764 (Most in New Milford, Elmwood Park, Garfield)
Hudson: 4,095 (Most in Bayonne, North Bergen)
Passaic: 2,718 (Most in Clifton, Passaic)
Flooding is ongoing in several areas this morning with 2 to 5 inches of rain reported so far. DO NOT drive through... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/M…
These NJ Towns Got The Most Rain, Snow In Weekend Storm
The National Weather Service has released rainfall totals from the weekend storm.
Between Sunday morning, Dec. 10 and Monday morning, Dec. 11, the area that got the most amount of rain was Deerfield with 4.45 inches, then Flemington/Hopewell, with 4.29 inches. Franklin Lakes saw 4.09 inches, the NWS says. Flanders only got .13 inches, and Florham Park only had .38 inches of rain.
High Point got 5.1 inches of snow, according to the NWS, the most across the state, while Wantage saw 5 inches and Hardyston saw .4 inches.
Here are the average inches of rain that feel from across the s…