Archive | January, 2014

Tuesday, January 28th–Winter Storm Warning In Effect, 3-5 Inches of Snow Possible

The National Weather Ser­vice has issued a Win­ter Storm Warn­ing for the Bor­ough and coastal Cape May County for a win­ter storm that is fore­casted for our area.  There is a chance of a snow­fall of three to five inches as a result of the storm.  A win­ter storm will bring heav­ier snow, sleet, ice, Read More »

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Tuesday, January 28th–Official Snow Alert For Borough of Stone Harbor

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Tues, Jan. 28th–Winter Weather Advisory Posted For Stone Harbor

The Jer­sey Shore is going to get some addi­tional snow Tues­day night into Wednes­day morn­ing.  The National Weather Ser­vice has issued a Win­ter Weather Advi­sory for the Bor­ough from Tues­day at 5pm, through Wednes­day at 5am.  A storm that will bring some snow and ice to the south will approach our area dur­ing the after­noon Read More »

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Tues, January 21st, 1pm Update: Now, 4-8 Inches of Snow Expected From Winter Storm

The National Weather Ser­vice con­tin­ues both the Win­ter Storm Warn­ing and the Wind Chill Advi­sory for the Stone Harbor and sur­round­ing areas through Wednes­day morn­ing.  How­ever, the antic­i­pated snow­fall totals have been slightly down­graded by about two inches.  Pre­vi­ously the fore­cast called for the pos­si­bil­ity of between six to ten inches of snow from this storm; the Read More »

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Tuesday, January 21st–Winter Storm Warning for Stone Harbor, 6-10 Inches of Snow Possible

The National Weather Ser­vice has con­tin­ued a Win­ter Storm Warn­ing for the Bor­ough and the rest of Cape May County for a sig­nif­i­cant snow­storm that will affect our region over the next 36 hours.  The snow­storm is fore­cast to drop between six and ten inches of snow on our com­mu­nity with snow arriv­ing early Tues­day Read More »

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Monday, January 20th–Winter Storm Warning for Stone Harbor, Cape May County

  The National Weather Ser­vice has offi­cially posted a Win­ter Storm Warn­ing for the Bor­ough and the rest of Cape May County. The Warn­ing is in effect from Tues­day at 10am through Wednes­day at 6am, Jan­u­ary 21st-22nd.   A major win­ter storm will come up the east­ern seaboard of the United States and spread snow Read More »

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Monday, January 20th–Winter Storm Watch Posted for Tues., January 21st

  The National Weather Ser­vice has posted a Win­ter Storm Watch for the Bor­ough and all of Cape May County for Tues­day morn­ing, Jan­u­ary 21st through Tues­day evening. A win­ter storm has the poten­tial to bring between a few to sev­eral inches of snow to our region dur­ing the day Tues­day, into Tues­day night.   Tues­day Read More »

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Monday, January 6th: NWS Issues Wind Chill Advisory For Stone Harbor, Cape May County

The National Weather Service has posted a Wind Chill Advisory for our region for Tuesday, January 7th from 1:00am until 12 Noon.  A front is pushing through our region on Monday that will bring cold, dry arctic air to our region.  Temperatures will fall throughout the day on Monday into Monday night with very cold Read More »

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Monday, January 6th–Wind Chill Advisory Posted for Stone Harbor

The National Weather Ser­vice has posted a Wind Chill Advi­sory for Stone Harbor for the early parts of this week.  Heavy rain was push­ing through our com­mu­nity dur­ing mid morn­ing hours on Mon­day.  Behind the rain, colder air from the arc­tic that will result in very low wind chill val­ues along the Jer­sey Shore.  Here is the Read More »

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Friday, Jan. 3rd-7:18am-Snow Tapering Off, Flood Advisory in Effect

The National Weather Ser­vice has con­tin­ued both the Win­ter Storm Warn­ing and the Coastal Flood Advi­sory for our Bor­ough through 1pm on Fri­day. Dur­ing the overnight hours, between 4–8 inches of snow fell through­out Cape May County with about five to six inches in our com­mu­nity. Please exer­cise cau­tion while dri­ving dur­ing the morn­ing com­mute. Read More »

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