Thursday, January 24, 2013

Light snow for New Jersey on Friday evening

Radar image at time of post: 5:45pm Thursday, 1/24/2013

A quick moving weather system will give the Garden state a light snow accumulation Friday evening and Friday night.
Snow is expected to arrive after 6pm Friday, but only last until around 1am early Saturday morning.
Accumulations will be around 1 inch for most of central and northern New Jersey -- but could reach around 2 inches for southern New Jersey counties.
Updates will be posted if necessary.

Temperatures could reach the freezing mark (32 degrees) on Saturday -- with even milder temperatures for  the second part of the weekend, and the first half of the new work-week.
More on this in my next post.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Staying cold for New Jersey -- with some light snow

Time of image at post: 6pm -- Wednesday 1/23/2013

Weather update:
First, of course, is the cold -- this will continue through Saturday -- with highs in the 20s  -- reaching 30 or so by the first part of the weekend.
As far as any "storm" ... Information this afternoon continues to indicate Friday's snow to be on the light side. I may include some small accumulation numbers in my next post.

Snow, or no snow -- it warms into the 40s by next week -- break out the shorts!!!

Monday, January 21, 2013

Much colder.. with snow for New Jersey

Radar image at time of post: 7:00pm 1/21/2013

Snow-squalls will continue across many parts of New Jersey this evening, as much colder air moves in. A quick coating will be common across much of the Garden state.
Winter temperatures arrive in full force on Tuesday -- with highs only in the 20s.
The cold will stay in place through the week.
Another chance of snow arrives Friday.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Wet for New Jersey tonight into Wednesday

Watching the weather on the news, and would have to disagree on the amount of snow predicted. The city should not see any snow, with any snow accumulations between 1 and 2 inches for NJ counties such as Warren, Sussex, Morris and Passaic counties during the night into Wednesday morning. That's how I see it...