Monday, June 2 will be another great day. After a cool start, highs will quickly warm in the lower 80s, under abundant sunshine.
AccuWeather and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration each predict a slower than usual Atlantic hurricane season.
As we mark the exact midpoint of the season during which storm activity is historically at its strongest, it’s been quiet and uneventful.
Camden County has expanded its Emergency Operations Center, and Superstorm Sandy had a great deal with that.
The 2013 Atlantic Hurricane season officially begins June 1st, and once again, an active season is expected.
NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting 13 to 20 named storms (also known as tropical storms) and seven to 11 hurricanes, three to six of them major.
If you live in hurricane prone areas along the Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Mexico coasts, “This is your warning,” acting NOAA administrator Kathryn Sullivan said.
Margate Public Works crews will make over a thousand sandbags to give out at the Public Works yard.
Fall getaways to Bermuda and the Caribbean can easily be detoured by the wild winds of nature. KYW’s Jay Lloyd offers a few tips.
At this point, my feeling is that our entire area needs to prepare for heavy rainfall and the threat for tropical storm-force winds, even perhaps hurricane-force gusts, especially down the shore.
Forecasters are expecting a more active than normal hurricane season, and Mary Goepfert, external affairs officer for the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management, says you should gather necessary items now.
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