Thursday will be a cloudy day with scattered showers throughout. An embedded thunderstorm is possible as well, none of which will be severe.
When lightning forced the audience at the ‘Made In America’ music festival to evacuate, city officials say it was the first time they got to test a plan that’s been on paper for years.
Additional heavy rain was falling this evening in southern NJ and before the day is over, some parts of region may end up receiving close to 5″.
The sun returns today, but unfortunately will bring the humidity with it.
After a messy week of weather, we have one more day to get through before dry conditions return.
The uneasy pattern of weather that we have been experiencing will continue on Wednesday, but it may indeed be the quietest day of the work week (and that’s not saying much!)
The pattern continues to go downhill in the Delaware Valley with the threat for showers and/or thunderstorms EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
All winter we held out hope that somehow, someday it would be Memorial Day weekend. Now we can safely tell Old Man Winter to shovel it – his season is over and ours is here!
Low clouds and fog will linger into Thursday morning, reducing visibility and creating a slow commute for some of us.
Showers will end by dawn and skies will clear quickly, providing a sunny start to Saturday.
After a stellar weekend with plenty of sunshine and highs close to average for this time of year, another storm will impact us on Monday.
When Sonny and Cher did it, it was the BEAT goes on. When a Bermuda high sings it, it is the HEAT goes on…and on and on.
A possible tornado may have touched down Monday Afternoon just before 4 p.m. in Kent County.
Friday night’s squall was not just a thunderstorm. It was a derecho, a relatively unusual and virtually unpredictable weather system.
Cumberland County and Pittsgrove Township in Salem County each issued a State of Emergency Sunday evening.