Ever Closer to Fall - MidATL/NEast

By: Pcroton, 11:05 PM GMT on September 16, 2014

September 17, 2014

We're less than a week away from the climatological start of fall. Meteorological fall began on September 1st. We look to experience several more cool days before a return flow warms most of the region to above normal temperatures. A strong cold front will then bring in at least a period of 48 hours of cold to very cold air.

After that there is quite the unanswered question as to how things proceed from there due to a co...

TStorms and Colder - MidATL/NEast

By: Pcroton, 10:33 AM GMT on September 10, 2014

September 10, 2014

Sweet Sixteen the real deal?

After a summer long theme of over done long range temperature forecasts drudging up unfounded hysteria over potential cool downs at long last we may actually be able to hang our hats on one. Out of 15 projected cool downs only 2 produced significant changes across the region and neither lasted for more than 36 hours before temperatures rebounded to or above normal. This weekend will be the 16th ...

Cold Weather Thunderstorms

A Low, A Front, Cooler - MidATL/NE

By: Pcroton, 10:33 AM GMT on September 07, 2014

September 7, 2014

Features to Watch

Mid-Atlantic Low

With our frontal system losing steam the door has been left open for a low pressure area in the South East to intensify and move northward into the Mid-Atlantic coastal region.

This system will reach Cape Hatteras on Tuesday. There is some question just how far north it's effects will be felt. At this time it appears even southern New Jersey may...

Heavy Rain Cold Front Cold Temperatures

Updated: 11:29 AM GMT on September 07, 2014

Relief Soon - MidATL/NEast

By: Pcroton, 10:24 AM GMT on September 04, 2014

Relief Soon

September 4, 2014

High Pressure

High Pressure systems will be the dominating force driving our temperature profiles. First up is the present pattern we are in with a high pressure system to the south pushing in a south west flow.

A disturbance in the high plains will slide east north east and then north east through Canada trailing a cold front. This cold front will also be enhanced by ...

Heavy Thunderstorms MidATL/NEast

By: Pcroton, 2:12 PM GMT on August 31, 2014

Heavy Thunderstorms MidATL/NEast

August 31, 2014

Heavy Thunderstorms on the way today courtesy of a rich tropical moisture feed and a strong cold front.

Warm day on tap for the region and we will remain warm for the foreseeable future. Temperatures should cool towards the end of the week but will continue to remain at or above normal for this time of year.

As lon...

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Located in Monmouth County in central NJ. Watching the weather from North Carolina to Maine.