Monthly Archives: December 2012

2012: Fewest number of severe weather watches issued

From: NOAA NWS Storm Prediction Center The year will finish without any severe storms forecast during the next several days, so we offer this trivia tidbit regarding SPC watches.  Did you know that 2012 will have the fewest number of … Continue reading

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2012 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner can carry about 250 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,600 times in 2012. If it were a Dreamliner, … Continue reading

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December 29 2012 Snowfall

I received 3.7” in Stewartsville. There was also 3.2” in Wayne, 2.9” in Ramsey and 1.8” in Hillsborough. Other reports:   The following are unofficial observations taken during the past 8 hours for the storm that has been affecting our … Continue reading

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Christmas Snowfall and Snow Depth Occurrences for Abe, Acy, ilg, phl

Courtesy NWS, Mt Holly, NJ …Christmas snowfall and snow depth occurrences for Abe, Acy, ilg, phl… Below are the years when a trace or more of snow fell at Allentown, Pennsylvania (abe), Atlantic City, New Jersey (acy), Wilmington, Delaware (ilg), … Continue reading

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Replacement Forecast Gauge on the Rockaway river above Boonton Reservoir

To: subscribers – family of services and NOAA weather wire service and other National Weather Service partners, users and employees From: ray kruzdlo – senior service hydrologist Subject: replacement forecast gage on the Rockaway river above Boonton Reservoir Effective Wednesday, … Continue reading

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WeatherWorks: N.J. could see a White Christmas this year

By Warren Reporter HACKETTSTOWN — New Jersey could face two storms before the end of 2012, said Nick Troiano, the long-range expert at WeatherWorks. Depending on the outcome of the latter storm, residents could see a White Christmas, which meteorologists … Continue reading

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Weather experts contradict NJ Transit chief on Sandy flooding forecast for rail yards

By Stephen Stirling/The Star-Ledger Each time James Weinstein explains how NJ Transit left 300 rail cars exposed to the floodwaters of Hurricane Sandy, he becomes a little more stern, more resolute. “I can tell you unequivocally: The decisions on where … Continue reading

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Radar Basics

From Jeff Beradelli: For those of you in need of a little Radar basics refresher course or for weather enthusiasts who wonder why the radar shows strange artifacts at times… read this WeatherProfessor Blog by ZoomRadar intern Chris Gatsis. Nice … Continue reading

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Stewartsville November 2012 Summary

Another crazy month. Started off with several days of no electricity, a Nor’easter that mostly missed me to the south and east and then more snow later in the month! Stewartsville Monthly Weather Observation Summary Nov-12 DAY MAX MIN MEAN … Continue reading

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