Island Hopping in New Jersey: How Geography Influences Island Temperatures

New Jersey, with its diverse geography and numerous islands, presents a fascinating case study in the relationship between land, sea, and weather. A unique feature of this region is the variation in temperatures from one island to another. In this article, we’ll explore how geography plays a crucial role in creating these microclimates. The Power […]

Sunny Day Tidal Flooding: A Rising Concern for Southern New Jersey

In recent years, a peculiar phenomenon known as ‘sunny day flooding’ or ‘nuisance flooding’ has been increasingly observed in Southern New Jersey. This type of flooding occurs on clear, calm days, with no rain or storms in sight, hence the name ‘sunny day.’ It is primarily driven by higher than usual tides, often linked to […]