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Earl lashes the coast, clear sailing by tomorrow

09/03/10 11:32 AM

Hurricane Earl will move over the New Jersey coastal waters this afternoon with heavy rain and strong winds along the immediate New Jersey coast and central to eastern Long Island.

Hurricane Earl will continue to weaken through the day as the once powerful hurricane travels to the Read More→

Strong upper low to keep Northern Mid Atlantic unsettled

7:50 PM 08/22/10

An intense upper low over central New York this afternoon produced heavy rainfall, strong to severe thunderstorms, and strong wind gusts throughout the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan area.  The upper low is not going to be exiting any time soon, however as a block over Read More→

Excessive rainfall amounts growing

3/30/10  10:00 AM

Excessive rainfall amounts are being observed via doppler radar data with 4 inches to over 5 inches from coastal central New Jersey, the five boroughs of New York City, Long Island, and southern Connecticut.  The heavy rainfall is producing flash flooding of rivers, significant major ponding, and Read More→

More heavy rain on the way as coastal low develops

3/29/10  6:42 PM

Steady rain since this morning has stalled along the immediate coast, which has produced rainfall amounts of one to two inches through the entire northern Mid Atlantic and over 2 inches of rain from southwestern Connecticut through the five boroughs of New York City and down the Read More→

Heavy rain focusing along the coast

03/29/10  10:40 AM

Strong frontogenesis at 700 to 850 MB is enhancing the rainfall along the New Jersey coast northeastward through Long Island and much of Connecticut.

The rain will continue to remain moderate to heavy with rainfall rates of 0.25″ to 0.50″ per hour over much of the areas Read More→

Fog to create significant travel problems this morning

8:08 AM

Dense fog with visibility less than a half a mile to a quarter of a mile is being reported throughout Long Island, the five boroughs of New York City, the southern Hudson Valley, and much of southern and eastern Connecticut.  The fog is developing due to a steady Read More→

Showers and thunderstorms moving east from the Atlantic

9:45 AM

The area of low pressure that has produced widespread flooding and wind damage continues to sit just southwest of the Philadelphia metropolitan area over central Maryland.

The low pressure system is currently drawing an area of showers and thunderstorms into the forecast area from the Atlantic.  These showers Read More→

Rain and windy continues through this weekend

9:10 AM

Heavy rain and winds sustained at 15 to 25 mph have been observed since last night as the first round of heavy rain continues to move through the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan area.

A break in the heavy rainfall is expected for late this morning into Read More→

How New York City and Long Island missed out on yesterday’s storm

1:14 PM

Before yesterday’s storm, there was a great amount of uncertainty on the exact amount of snowfall that would fall over the New York City metropolitan area and Long Island.  As the storm approached, there was indications that heavy snowfall was going to be able to push into New Read More→

Evening Thoughts- Examining the moisture advection of Tropical Rick

8:18 PM

This Evening's Water Vapor Satellite- NWS/NOAA

This Evening's Water Vapor Satellite- NWS/NOAA

While high pressure and a building ridge holds sway over the Mid Atlantic this evening, trouble is brewing over the Southwestern United States.

Tropical Storm Rick, at one point a strong hurricane, is racing to the northeast towards mainland Mexico.  The moisture from this tropical system is already Read More→