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Rain showers have begun to taper off across the area this morning as our storm disturbance moves up the mid-Atlantic coastline. A few spotty shower will remain possible through the afternoon hours, however, do expect conditions to improve despite strong, gusty winds. Wind gusts in excess of 20 mph are possible at times with temperatures reaching highs near 50° and lows near 30°.

Pleasant weather is expected across the area on Wednesday as high pressure gains control of the northeastern states. Unfortunately, that will be short-lived as our next disturbance gather moisture across the south and moves up the coast on Thursday. As many of you have already heard we are indeed talking about wintry precipitation for the first time of the season.

Many variables are in play with this system, just like any early season winter storm. Things like elevation, surface temperatures, mid-level temperatures, track and strength of the low pressure system and many other factors play a major role in determining who sees what and how much. As of right now, locations north and west of Hunterdon County stand the best chance for accumulating snows coming from a historical and geographical standpoint.

The potential will exist for a period of snow/sleet at the onset of the event on Thursday for many locations, including the Hunterdon County area. The chance for an extended amount of wintry precipitation is possible as well, but that will be determined by many of the factors listed above. I’ve been short on time lately, however, I will take plenty of time this afternoon to go over the latest information and have a Forecast for you all!

Sorry for the inconvenience and have a great day!
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Rain showers have begun to taper off across the area this morning as our storm disturbance moves up the mid-Atlantic coastline. A few spotty shower will remain possible through the afternoon hours, however, do expect conditions to improve despite strong, gusty winds. Wind gusts in excess of 20 mph are possible at times with temperatures reaching highs near 50° and lows near 30°. 

Pleasant weather is expected across the area on Wednesday as high pressure gains control of the northeastern states. Unfortunately, that will be short-lived as our next disturbance gather moisture across the south and moves up the coast on Thursday. As many of you have already heard we are indeed talking about wintry precipitation for the first time of the season. 

Many variables are in play with this system, just like any early season winter storm. Things like elevation, surface temperatures, mid-level temperatures, track and strength of the low pressure system and many other factors play a major role in determining who sees what and how much. As of right now, locations north and west of Hunterdon County stand the best chance for accumulating snows coming from a historical and geographical standpoint. 

The potential will exist for a period of snow/sleet at the onset of the event on Thursday for many locations, including the Hunterdon County area. The chance for an extended amount of wintry precipitation is possible as well, but that will be determined by many of the factors listed above. I’ve been short on time lately, however, I will take plenty of time this afternoon to go over the latest information and have a Forecast for you all! 

Sorry for the inconvenience and have a great day!

 

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Thank you as always and don't be sorry. You do this out of the goodness of your heart bc you like it. We're just fortunate to have you for us to rely on

Hi Bryan. You have a way of making nasty weather sound doable. TY for sharing your gifts with us. Stay safe and warm. GOD bless. (Shared )

Thanks Bryan! We all appreciate you and your unwavering dedication!☀️🌤🌦☁️🌧⛈💦☔️☂️💨❄️☃️⛄️

And your busy season begins.... I love and use your snow reports. Btw, what is currently the best way to donate to you to support your work?

Ugh, the driveway is supposed to get paved on Friday. 😕😫

Thank you!

Thanks for all the info you provide. ☔️💨🌧🌂🌦❄️

Thank you, Bryan! Have a great day!!

Thanks for all you do!

Isabella Gallagher Tabor

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Daily Forecast - Monday, November 12, 2018

Quick Forecast: Partly cloudy with rain overnight. Highs near 50° with lows in the 40s.

Detailed Forecast: Good morning, everyone! A quick moving disturbance will bring an end to our beautiful weather later on today as rain returns this evening and tomorrow. An area of high pressure is likely to bring pleasant weather by Wednesday, but even that will be short-lived as our next storm arrives on Thursday.

Sunny skies will give way to clouds this afternoon as our next storm disturbance zips through the area. Look for thick cloud cover to arrive by the early to mid-afternoon hours with rain showers arriving sometime this evening. Rain showers will continue through the overnight hours and into the area on Tuesday, potentially becoming heavy at times. The steadiest of the rain looks to be over by the mid-morning hours on Tuesday, however, showers are likely to remain possible through the afternoon hours. Total rainfall amounts of an inch or so are expected through Tuesday afternoon.

High pressure will bring the return of beautiful weather to the area on Wednesday as sunny skies and seasonal temperatures move on in. Afternoon highs near 40° are expected on Wednesday with overnight lows in the 20s. By Thursday morning our next storm system will already be developing along the Mid-Atlantic coast as high pressure retreats to the north and east. This system will bring more rain to the area on Thursday, possibly beginning as a period of frozen precipitation for some.

I will have more information on Thursday's system in the comments section later on today. Thanks for reading and have a great day!
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Oh my. TY Bryan. Rain ☔️ is easier to deal with. Your on target forecasts are awesomely appreciated. GOD bless 😍😇🤗

Should we expect freezing/ice situations Tuesday morning?

Can you recommend a resource for weather-on-this-day? Hubby was commenting that it rains on his bday every. single. year. That can’t be true, can it?

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Don’t be surprised to see the first snow flakes of the season flying around today!

 

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Roads are getting bad

Snowed earlier in Franklin twp!

It was snowing in Holland about a half hour ago!!!

Woohoo saw some flurries

What a day to have a couple of Girl Scouts outside learning skills. 💨⛺️🔥

No! You take that back! No snow!

((Closes eyes and stomps feet))

Snow at the top of Thatchers Hill Road

I saw some this morning!

We had snow on Friday ladies 🤮

We had snow flurries in Alpha!

Snow flurries in Raritan Township - far too early for me

Crap falling in Frenchtown 🤣

Saw some in Berkley Heights today!

Yup, snow squall moved through Flemington around 10:30.

Flurries this morning near Flemington ShopRite!

Flemington NJ

Had flurries at time while coordinating the USBands National Championships at MetLife stadium yesterday.

We already did in flemington!! ❄️ ⛄️

Yep. Just flurries, but rather strange while I was trying to rake leaves...

Kingwood had some flurries ❤️❤️

Yes. I just did! they were teeny tiny lil balls.

Pittstown NJ had for a bit!

We got a few in Wa state yesterday too

Snowing in Pittstown for a few min

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Daily Forecast - Saturday, November 10, 2018

Quick Forecast: Partly cloudy and windy. Highs in the 40s with lows near 30°.

Detailed Forecast: Good morning, everyone! Conditions are beginning to improve across the area this morning as yesterday's storm system continues to move away while an area of high pressure builds in from the west. Unfortunately, the combination of these two weather systems will create a tightened pressure gradients in our area with strong winds resulting from that.

Wind gusts in excess of 30 mph will be possible beginning later this morning and should continue to remain possible through the afternoon hours. Take this time to bring in any outdoor items that may blow around from the winds. Look for winds to subside later this evening as high pressure gains a greater control of the northeast. One thing to keep an eye out for is some patchy icy on sidewalks or roads overnight and into tomorrow morning... winds should dry the roads off considerably today, but you never know!

Fortunately, the entire weekend will not be a loss as beautiful weather is expected throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states on Sunday and part of Monday. Sunny skies with high temperatures in the 40s are expected across the area tomorrow with much of the same likely on Monday, but with more in the way of clouds Monday afternoon.

Big surprise here, but unsettled weather conditions will return to the area late Monday and should last through Tuesday and into Wednesday. An area of low pressure is expected to develop in the southeastern states on Tuesday as a trough digs across the central U.S. and pushes east. This will allow for the low pressure system to gather a lot of moisture as it moves through the Carolinas and off the Mid-Atlantic Coast on Tuesday.

Rain, potentially heavy, is likely to occur on Tuesday with cold, breezy conditions to follow on Wednesday. Rainfall amounts of half of an inch to one inch of rain is possible on Tuesday with localized higher amounts likely. Luckily, conditions do look to improve after Wednesday with high pressure likely bringing the return of beautiful weather by Thursday! I will have more information on the week ahead in tomorrow's post.

Thanks for reading and have a great day!
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TY Bryan. Wonderful sunshine this morning. Sounds like an interesting weekend. May GODS peace, love and joy surround you. TY for your faithfulness 🎵🎶

Thanks Bryan, have a wonderful weekend.😀

Thank you!

Thank you Brian

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Daily Forecast - Friday, November 9, 2018 (Weekend Outlook)

Quick Forecast: Rain, heavy at times. Highs in the 50s with lows near 40°.

Detailed Forecast: Good morning, everyone! Unsettled weather will return to the area later today as an area of low pressure tracks through the Great Lakes region while another forms over the Mid-Atlantic. These two weather systems will make for a very soggy evening across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states. Fortunately, the rain is expected to exit the area by daybreak Saturday with high pressure bringing the return of beautiful weather by Sunday.

Rain showers are expected to move into the area later this morning, becoming more widespread during the afternoon and evening hours. Model guidance continues to show the potential for torrential downpours throughout our neck of the woods later this afternoon and evening. In addition to the threat of heavy rain, a few thunderstorms are possible later this evening, however, that will ultimately depend on when and where the second low pressure system develops. The greatest severe weather concern with any thunderstorm would be strong, damaging winds.

The concern for heavy rain has already prompted the National Weather Service to place the Hunterdon County area under a Flood Watch. Rainfall amounts of one to two inches are likely to occur with localized heavier amounts possible. The areas most susceptible to flooding will be those near small streams and in low-lying, poor drainage locations. Please avoid flooded areas and do not drive through flooded roadways. It only takes six inches of moving water to begin displacing vehicles.

Conditions are expected to improve overnight as the low pressure systems continue tracking to the north and away from us. Clouds will give way to sunshine during the day on Saturday as temperatures run noticeably cooler with afternoon highs in the mid 40s. Unfortunately, winds will become an issue as high pressure pressure builds in behind the two storm systems. Wind gusts upwards of 30 mph are possible at times through Saturday evening. Given the recent bouts of heavy rain I would not be shocked to see downed trees in our area.

Last, but not least, beautiful weather will return to the area just in time to close out the weekend. Winds are expected to subside Saturday evening as high pressure moves in from the west and sets up shop over the Mid-Atlantic. Sunny skies with highs in the 40s are expected on Sunday and Monday, however, conditions will become unsettled late Monday and into Tuesday as our next storm system moves in. More on that tomorrow...

As always, I will keep a watchful eye on the radar today and will post updates when necessary. Thanks for reading and have a great day!
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Daily Forecast - Friday, November 9, 2018 (Weekend Outlook) 

Quick Forecast: Rain, heavy at times. Highs in the 50s with lows near 40°. 

Detailed Forecast: Good morning, everyone! Unsettled weather will return to the area later today as an area of low pressure tracks through the Great Lakes region while another forms over the Mid-Atlantic. These two weather systems will make for a very soggy evening across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states. Fortunately, the rain is expected to exit the area by daybreak Saturday with high pressure bringing the return of beautiful weather by Sunday. 

Rain showers are expected to move into the area later this morning, becoming more widespread during the afternoon and evening hours. Model guidance continues to show the potential for torrential downpours throughout our neck of the woods later this afternoon and evening. In addition to the threat of heavy rain, a few thunderstorms are possible later this evening, however, that will ultimately depend on when and where the second low pressure system develops. The greatest severe weather concern with any thunderstorm would be strong, damaging winds. 

The concern for heavy rain has already prompted the National Weather Service to place the Hunterdon County area under a Flood Watch. Rainfall amounts of one to two inches are likely to occur with localized heavier amounts possible. The areas most susceptible to flooding will be those near small streams and in low-lying, poor drainage locations. Please avoid flooded areas and do not drive through flooded roadways. It only takes six inches of moving water to begin displacing vehicles. 

Conditions are expected to improve overnight as the low pressure systems continue tracking to the north and away from us. Clouds will give way to sunshine during the day on Saturday as temperatures run noticeably cooler with afternoon highs in the mid 40s. Unfortunately, winds will become an issue as high pressure pressure builds in behind the two storm systems. Wind gusts upwards of 30 mph are possible at times through Saturday evening. Given the recent bouts of heavy rain I would not be shocked to see downed trees in our area. 

Last, but not least, beautiful weather will return to the area just in time to close out the weekend. Winds are expected to subside Saturday evening as high pressure moves in from the west and sets up shop over the Mid-Atlantic. Sunny skies with highs in the 40s are expected on Sunday and Monday, however, conditions will become unsettled late Monday and into Tuesday as our next storm system moves in. More on that tomorrow... 

As always, I will keep a watchful eye on the radar today and will post updates when necessary. Thanks for reading and have a great day!

 

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Thank you as always. Already have towels ready for when my dogs come in when it's raining lol

Thank you Bryan

Did I hear the s word might arrive next week?

Thank you! I rely on your forecasts.

Thanks so much

Thanks Bryan. Will be watching for any updates.

Ugh! How "torrential" will the rains be across upstate NY from Syracuse to Rochester late afternoon to early evening today? Tia!

Wowow TY Bryan for telling it like it is. Umbrellas at ready. May GOD shower you with HIS precious blessings and spectacular favors.(Shared)

Enjoy your weekend!

Corinne Gahles Stuckey

Vanessa Durnan Gahles

TY Bryan!

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