Sunday, February 20, 2011

Winter weather advisories

Have been issued for Mercer and Middlesex Counties and north.

Tonight, tomorrow and Tuesday

Well, after temps hit near 70 degrees, the snow word now seeps back
into the forecasts. Looks like a mix tonight with a first round of
precipitation. It will turn over to all rain for tomorrow and then
transition back to snow for round 2 tomorrow night, with a light
accumulation possible Monday night!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Get Ready For The Roller Coaster!

Over the next week we will be experiencing near record highs and then
transition to a potential snow storm. Highs look to come in Thursday
and Friday where both days may be in the mid 60's!! By Monday,
temperatures tumble and there will be a potential storm Monday night
into Tuesday! Stay tuned!

Monday, February 7, 2011


A cold front will move through the area tomorrow morning bringing
rain/snow showers. It appears the next coastal storm will be
suppressed to the south of the area, meaning it will be a non event.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Upcoming storms

This weekend, another coastal storm is forecast to hit the Area, but
this looks primarily rain. N and W of Philly and NyC will see some
frozen precipitation and all areas may end as snow, very little
accumulations. While this storm will not be a big event, it will help
set the stage for a potential monster bomb next week. This storm this
weekend will move out and really bomb out causing a slow down on the
storm tracks. There is a potential very strong storm showing on models
that if comes to fruition, and is slowed, could be a very significant
storm. This would be late next week. More to come.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Incoming ICE!

Rain has been falling over the area for the past hour and most walks
and driveways are covered in ice. As the heavier rain moves in, expect
secondary and primary rounds to become treacherous.

Overnight, most areas, as discussed yesterday will be below freezing.
This means ice will continue to accumulate. Early morning temperatures
will slowly get above freezing.

Please be very cautious if you must drive