Leaving the Wave, and Entering the Storms!

Today Finally, a break from the heat! After a long few days, we finally can enjoy some cooler temps. Sunny, with highs just around 90 degrees, and heat index values around the same as the actual temperature. Some winds as well, around 10 mph. Lower dew points than the past few days so will feel […]

Hot & Happy: Post 4th

Today Woohoo! What a beautiful day today is turning out to be! Hot & sunny, with highs up to the mid-90s, and low winds from the southwest. The heat index will be feeling very hot today, with feels like temperatures reaching up to 105 degrees. Tonight will continue being humid, with lows in the 70s. […]

Almost Time for the 4th!

Today Another beautiful day today, with full sun and light to no winds. Highs in the mid-80s, with average dew points. The high-pressure system that has brought the fair weather from yesterday and today begins to move out tonight, which will also cause dew points to rise and cloud cover to increase tonight into tomorrow. […]

Warming Up Towards the 4th

Today We are getting closer and closer to the holiday weekend, and along with it, the temperatures begin to rise once again. Slightly warmer than yesterday today with highs in the mid-80s. Mostly sunny, with little to no winds today, which is a lot different than yesterday. Dew points will remain low, meaning no humidity. […]

Mild and Sunny!

Today After a few days of some crazy storms and severe weather, the next few days we will have a long break! A cold front brings us mild and sunny weather. Today will be beautiful, mostly sunny, and highs in the low 80s. It will be windy, however, with gusts up to 25 mph. Tonight […]

Heading into the Wave

Today Here we go… Hot temperatures persist today with highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s, depending on your area. This is because of what is called a ridge occurring in the upper and mid-levels of the atmosphere, which is essentially an area with high atmospheric pressure. This ridge is approaching South Jersey, while […]

Heavy Rain, Strong Winds & Coastal Flooding Set for Saturday

Here we are at the 11th hour before the storm moves in and impacts us for about 36 hours… no big changes in thinking or in the overall forecast. It’s gonna be a nasty couple days and there’s nothing we can do about that. I’m going to walk you through exactly what we can expect […]

Understanding Storm Surge: The Silent Killer of Coastal Catastrophes

When extreme weather conditions like hurricanes and typhoons make the headlines, most people immediately think of violent winds and torrential rains. While these elements are undeniably perilous, another equally devastating yet often overlooked phenomenon accompanies these storms: storm surge. What is Storm Surge? Storm surge is an abnormal rise in sea level accompanying a tropical […]

A Warm Atlantic: Fueling the Fire of the Hurricane Season

Hurricanes, nature’s most powerful storms, pose a significant threat to coastal communities around the world. The Atlantic hurricane season, running from June 1 to November 30, is a period of heightened watchfulness for countries along the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. One of the primary factors influencing the intensity and frequency of these […]

The El Niño Effect: Implications for Summer Weather in the Eastern United States

El Niño, a weather phenomenon known to influence climate patterns around the globe, holds significant implications for the summer weather in the Eastern United States. Characterized by unusually warm ocean temperatures in the Equatorial Pacific, an El Niño event can impact temperature, precipitation, and storm activity, creating unusual and sometimes extreme weather conditions. Understanding El […]