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Daily Forecast - Monday, February 18, 2019

Quick Forecast: A wintry mix early, then becoming sunny with highs in the 40s and lows in the teens and 20s.

Detailed Forecast:Good morning, everyone! A wintry mix continues across portions of the tristate region this morning as a quick moving storm system begins to wrap up. Slick travel is possible over the next few hours otherwise, look for conditions to begin improving from west to east with a nice afternoon on tap for many of us.

Another nice afternoon is expected again on Tuesday as skies remain mostly clear with afternoon highs in the 30s. Unfortunately, our weather will undergo a major change on Wednesday as the threat for more wintry weather returns to the region.

A warm front pushing north through the tristate region on Wednesday will bring more snow, sleet, and rain to the area. Similar to last Tuesday, our temperatures at the start of the storm should support frozen precipitation, however, as a warm front lifts through the area a changeover to freezing rain and rain is expected. This storm will more than likely lead to an icy afternoon and evening across much of the county area.

Fortunately, temperatures are expected to rise above the freezing mark either late Wednesday or early Thursday morning. This should help mitigate the icing hazard with this event, but as we learned last week it doesn’t take too much ice to create issues. I am going to hold of on totals until this evening or tomorrow morning at the latest. With that said, I do think we are looking at the potential for a few inches of snow and/or sleet prior to a changeover to rain late.

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The reason why I am holding off on totals until later is a little bit of an issue I see with the high pressure system. Last Tuesday we had an area of high pressure well to our north that usher in a north to northeasterly wind at the onset of snow. This Wednesday, while high pressure will be situated over the New England states, it should also usher in more of an easterly wind. This could result in a quicker changeover due to warm air over the ocean being pushed onshore... the devil lies in the details!

Just walked outside and had a glaze of ice on the hood and windshield of the car this morning. Be careful out there and watch out for icy walkways and roadways this morning.

Are we EVER going to get a significant snow storm?? 😥

Thank you as always. Have a fantastic day

Bryan. TY. You make even wintry forecasts palatable.......GOD bless

Thank you, be safe everyone.

Thanks Bryan! Have a good day!

Thank you Bryan😀

Thanks 🙏 Bryan. Have a great day. God Bless You

Terry Weaver not looking good for Wednesday!

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Daily Forecast - Sunday, February 17, 2019

Quick Forecast: Sunny early, then becoming cloudy with a wintry mix likely overnight. Highs in the 30s with lows near 30°.

Detailed Forecast: Good morning, everyone! Pleasant conditions are expected for much of today as an area of high pressure moves offshore. Over the course of the day, we will see an increase in cloud cover as a storm system moves in from the south and west. This quick-moving system will bring wintry weather to the area later this evening and into Monday morning.

At this time, model guidance suggests precipitation will move into the area during the late evening and early morning hours, continuing through daybreak or so. Precipitation is expected to begin as snow in and around the Hunterdon County area, however, a changeover to a wintry mix or rain is expected as warm air moves in aloft. Total snow/sleet accumulations of one inch or so are expected in and around Hunterdon County with localized higher amounts possible. Hazardous travel is possible early Monday, please use caution when you are out and about.

After Monday morning's wintry mess, conditions will improve as the day goes on with clearing skies and highs in the lower to mid 40s. More in the way of sunshine is expected on Tuesday, however, an increase in cloud cover is likely by the end of the day as our next storm system approaches. Look for temperatures on Tuesday to reach highs only in the 30s with lows in the 20s.

A storm system developing across the southern states on Tuesday is likely to bring more wintry weather to the tri-state region on Wednesday and Thursday. Specifics remain unclear at this time, but it seems likely that precipitation will move in from south to north on Wednesday as a warm front lifts north into the tri-state area. Precipitation should begin as snow or sleet north and west of Interstate 95, however, similar to Tuesday's winter storm, precipitation will ultimately changeover to rain as warm air moves in.

I am going to hold off on more specifics until tomorrow morning, however, you can most likely expect the middle of the week to be unsettled with possible wintry impacts. I will have more information on tonight's event as well either later this afternoon or evening.

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Thanks Bryan. Don’t know what we would do without you.

Thanks Bryan! Another day closer to spring!😊

Thank you!

These storms sure keep you busy! Thank you. I so enjoy your reports.

Thank you.

Thanks as always foryour dedication

Do you think Possible school delays tomorrow?

why so much rain?

Thanks Bryan!

Tis the season. TY Bryan. Be safe and warm. GOD bless

Always spot on...we are so lucky to have you.

Thank you!

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Daily Forecast - Saturday, February 16, 2019

Quick Forecast: Partly cloudy with highs near 40° and lows near 20°.

Detailed Forecast: Good morning, everyone! Fairly pleasant weather expected across the area today as high pressure builds in from the north and west. High pressure will keep a storm system south of the area today, however, clouds and the chance for showers will increase the further south you travel through the Mid-Atlantic region.

Sunny skies will give way to clouds on Sunday as yet another quick-moving storm system brings evening showers to the tri-state area. Light snow will be possible across much of the area north and west of Interstate 95 with rain showers more likely the closer you are to the coast. At this time, light accumulations are expected with much of the county area seeing under an inch or so of snow. Temperatures tomorrow afternoon will run slightly cooler than today with highs in the mid to upper 30s.

After a relatively quiet start to the new week, things are expected to become unsettled by Wednesday as the chance for more wintry weather returns. Similar to Tuesday of this last, an area of low pressure will move through the Great Lakes region while a second low forms along the Mid-Atlantic Coastline. As this happens an area of high pressure is expected to become siuated well to our north and east, usher a colder, drier air mass into the area.

Often times with a set up such as this you see the potential for all precipitation types. Earlier this week we witnessed snow turn to sleet/freezing rain and eventually plain rain as warmer air moved into the area. This set up isn't all that different with a fairly similar forecast possible. Unfortunately, there are too many uncertainities at this time to get into anything too specific. I hope to have more information for everyone tomorrow morning. Until then, enjoy your weekend and stay tuned for further updates.

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Winter is trying to roar...but, each day is closer to spring. Birds were chirping yesterday. GOD bless Bryan and thank you...

Have a good day and thanks!

Next week...uh-oh! 🙄

tx have a good wkend

Happy Weekend

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Daily Forecast - Friday, February 15, 2019 (Weekend Outlook)

Quick Forecast: Mostly cloudy with highs near 50° and lows near 30°.

Detailed Forecast: Good morning, everyone! Unseasonably warm weather is expected across the tri-state region as southerly winds increase ahead of a cold front. A few rain showers are possible at times today, however, not everyone will see rain. Any rain shower that does develop should remain relatively light.

Cooler, more seasonal weather is expected over the weekend with highs near 40° and lows in the 20s likely for both Saturday and Sunday. Look for clouds to linger across the area on Saturday as a storm system moves through the Delmarva. A few rain and snow showers will be possible across southern portions of the tri-state region.

More in the way of sunshine is expected on Sunday as the area receives a brief break from storms. That break will come to an end Sunday night as a second storm system tracks through the region. This system may bring a few snow showers to the county area, however, very little to no accumulation is expected at this time.

Our weather pattern will remain unsettled through next week with the next chance for weather arriving midweek. This storm system is expected to form to the south and west and should be able to gather more moisture than either of the weekend systems. What we'll have to keep an eye on with this storm threat is how far north it tracks through the Mid-Atlantic and what impact this may have on precipitation types. I'll have more information on this storm and more in tomorrow's post.

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"Unseasonably warm..." Yes, please!! 😊

Good Morning Bryan. Felt a warming in the air this morning. Yea. May GOD continue to bless you for your faithfulness and integrity.

Thanks Bryan have a great day!

Thanks Bryan

Sounds good😀

Thank you as always. Have a wonderful weekend

Showers in Readington now ☔️

Have an awesome Friday!!

Awesome!

As always thank you for your posts. Have a great day

Thanks Bryan ...have a safe weekend

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Daily Forecast - Thursday, February 14, 2019

Quick Forecast: Partly cloudy with highs in the 40s and lows in the 30s.

Detailed Forecast: Good morning, everyone! Be extra careful walking out the door and driving on the roads this morning as sub-freezing temperatures overnight have led to some slick spots. Fortunately, conditions continue to improve across the tri-state region today as high pressure slides off the southeastern coast. Look for temperatures this afternoon to eclipse the 40° mark with highs most likely in the lower to mid-40s.

An increase in cloud cover is expected later this evening as a storm system moving through the Great Lakes brings a cold front into western Pennsylvania. Look for showers to become possible during the overnight hours and remaining a threat into Friday afternoon. All in all, there's not too much expected in the way of rainfall from this system so don't count on Friday being a washout.

Despite a cold front pushing through the area late Friday, conditions look to remain unsettled through Saturday as an area of low pressure zips just to our south. Overcast skies with rain and snow showers are possible across much of the area with southern portions of the tri-state area likely seeing more in the way of precipitation. Very little to no accumulation is expected from this system at this time.

Looking ahead, our weather pattern will remain rather stormy with several chances for storms next week. At this time, I'm not overly confident in a forecast for any particular storm threat, however, the next chance for more precipitation will come late Sunday and into Monday.

A better chance for wintry weather will come late Tuesday and into Wednesday as an area of low pressure moves in from the south and west. This storm threat, at this time at least, seems more promising as the low should be able to tap the Gulf of Mexico for added moisture. I'll see where things stand tomorrow morning and express my thoughts in tomorrow morning's forecast.

I would like to take a moment to wish my lovely girlfriend, Paige, a Happy Valentine's Day! You are a brilliant, beautiful, and kind woman. Thank you for putting up with me!

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

Kudos to whoever can guess what this heart-shaped cloud is... Yes, it is a real picture!
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Daily Forecast - Thursday, February 14, 2019 

Quick Forecast: Partly cloudy with highs in the 40s and lows in the 30s. 

Detailed Forecast: Good morning, everyone! Be extra careful walking out the door and driving on the roads this morning as sub-freezing temperatures overnight have led to some slick spots. Fortunately, conditions continue to improve across the tri-state region today as high pressure slides off the southeastern coast. Look for temperatures this afternoon to eclipse the 40° mark with highs most likely in the lower to mid-40s. 

An increase in cloud cover is expected later this evening as a storm system moving through the Great Lakes brings a cold front into western Pennsylvania. Look for showers to become possible during the overnight hours and remaining a threat into Friday afternoon. All in all, theres not too much expected in the way of rainfall from this system so dont count on Friday being a washout. 

Despite a cold front pushing through the area late Friday, conditions look to remain unsettled through Saturday as an area of low pressure zips just to our south. Overcast skies with rain and snow showers are possible across much of the area with southern portions of the tri-state area likely seeing more in the way of precipitation. Very little to no accumulation is expected from this system at this time. 

Looking ahead, our weather pattern will remain rather stormy with several chances for storms next week. At this time, Im not overly confident in a forecast for any particular storm threat, however, the next chance for more precipitation will come late Sunday and into Monday. 

A better chance for wintry weather will come late Tuesday and into Wednesday as an area of low pressure moves in from the south and west. This storm threat, at this time at least, seems more promising as the low should be able to tap the Gulf of Mexico for added moisture. Ill see where things stand tomorrow morning and express my thoughts in tomorrow mornings forecast. 

I would like to take a moment to wish my lovely girlfriend, Paige, a Happy Valentines Day! You are a brilliant, beautiful, and kind woman. Thank you for putting up with me! 

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

Kudos to whoever can guess what this heart-shaped cloud is... Yes, it is a real picture!

 

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💛 that was sweet, i love you. thank you everyone for the happy wishes i hope you all have a great valentine's day!

Hunterdon County Weather I’m sure I’m wrong, but I see Bigfoot, upside down 😬

Hole punch clouds from a jet? But they do make a nice heart!

Winter is sure having a last hurrah. As always Bryan your in-depth forecasts are so welcome. Happy Valentine’s Day to you and Paige. GOD bless ❤️🌹😍😇🤗 (shared)

Wow, beautiful!! 😍💓

Happy Valentine's Day Paige!! And thanks for the forecast Bryan 👍

AWWWW the ending how cute 😄😊😊😊

Bryan you are the best!

Beautiful angel wing from St Valentine

It looks like a heart❤️ Happy Valentine’s Day , spread the love today❤️

Happy Valentine’s Day to u n Paige ! 💕

Happy Valentine's Day to you to Bryan!

Happy Valentines Day❤️

Thank you as always. I have no clue about the cloud lol. Aside from neat. Have a fabulous day!

What a special photo

❤️❤️❤️

I see a 🦋! 🤷‍♀️ Thanks Brian for all your forecasting!

Thank you for all you do! Happy Valentine's day to you and Paige!!

Happy Valentine’s Day to you and your sweetie 💘

A pop quiz? it's too early. LOL! Have a great day Bryan!

Happy 💕 Day Bryan & Paige!

Thank you and have a blessed day.

Happy ❤️ Day Bryan and Paige!

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