Strong wind began whipping across the Delaware Valley early this morning. Now the soaking rain is changing over to wet snow as our moisture-rich Nor’easter moves inland, with cold air wrapping into the storm.
As expected, upper-level energy over the southern U.S. is developing a low pressure system off the southeast coast Tuesday morning. The low will continue to intensify and track up the east coast, but how far offshore is still the question.
Governor Chris Christie Thursday announced that he has granted the Atlantic County government’s request to rescind the mandatory evacuation order for many Jersey shore communities.
The New Jersey public teachers union has canceled its annual convention for the first time in 158 years because of Sandy.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signed an executive order postponing Halloween until Monday.
Atlantic City’s 12 waterfront casinos came through the superstorm largely unharmed.
The entire length of the Garden State Parkway has reopened.
Major highways in and around Philadelphia are open again after a monster hybrid storm began moving out of the area.
The storm formerly known as Sandy brought the worst it could to the area. The predicted devastation from this deadly storm unfortunately panned out.
Darby Borough in Delaware County usually gets flooded during major weather events. Borough officials gave an update Monday evening.
Due to severe weather, all Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) Bridges have been closed.
Well, it’s happened, Hurricane Sandy has been picked up by that strong advancing trough to the west and this has doubled its forward speed. It’s a clear indication of just how strong that western disturbance is, that it can take a massive storm and pick it up like a stone, sling-shotting it toward the eastern seaboard.
Much stronger winds, rain and flooding marked the approach Monday of Hurricane Sandy, on its way to a predicted direct hit on New Jersey, with tidal waters crossing the main oceanfront drive in the south end of Cape May, and streets near the Atlantic City Boardwalk starting to flood.
As of 8 a.m. Monday, the latest word from PECO is that, across the region, electrical power is not yet affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Oh, Oh Sandy. It has made the turn north and now the final turn comes later Monday as it heads to the northwest and into our area.