Archive | October, 2015

Wed, Oct. 28th–Coastal Flood Advisory Posted By National Weather Service

There is a Coastal Flood Advisory posted by the National Weather Service for Wednesday, October 28th.  Here is the information provided by the National Weather Service: National Weather Service Coastal Flood Advisory Oct 28 2015

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Sunday, Oct. 4th, 8:22am: Coastal Flood Warning Continued Until 6:00pm

The National Weather Service has continued the Coastal Flood Warning for the Borough of Stone Harbor through Sunday, October 4th, at 6;00pm. The potential for moderate coastal flooding in flood-prone areas of our community continues for the next high tide event. Stone Harbor has experienced minor to moderate flooding during high tide since Friday due Read More »

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Sat, Oct. 3rd: Coastal Flood Warning Continued, Moderate Flooding Expected

The National Weather Service has continued the Coastal Flood Warning for the Borough of Stone Harbor through Sunday at 6:00pm for the possibility of moderate coastal flooding at time of high tide. The Wind Advisory remains in effect through Saturday at 6:00pm for winds gusting to 50mph. A coastal storm that has brought plenty of Read More »

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Friday, October 2nd: Coastal Flood Warning Extended, Joaquin No Longer a Threat

The National Weather Service has extended the Coastal Flood Warning for the Borough of Stone Harbor through Sunday, October 4th, at 6:00pm. There is also a High Wind Warning in effect for our region until Saturday, October 3rd, at 1:00am. There are no longer concerns about Hurricane Joaquin impacting the southern New Jersey coastal region. Read More »

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Thurs, October 1st, 5:01pm: Coastal Flood Warning in Effect, Joaquin’s Forecast Changes Slightly

The National Weather Service has continued a Coastal Flood Warning for the Borough of Stone Harbor through Friday, October 2nd, at 6:00pm. A Coastal Flood Watch remains in effect for our region from Friday evening through Sunday afternoon. A High Wind Advisory is now in effect Friday from 2:00am until 6:00am before a High Wind Read More »

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Thurs, Oct. 1, 3:25pm: Governor Declares State of Emergency for New Jersey

The following is a press release issued by the Office of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie State of Emergency Declaration by Governor Chris Christie OCT 1 2015 Trenton, NJ – Governor Chris Christie today declared a state of emergency throughout the state as a result of severe weather conditions expected in the coming days. The Read More »

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Thurs, Oct. 1: Atlantic City Electric Issues Advisory Regarding Power

Atlantic City Electric is closely monitoring the track of Hurricane Joaquin and the weather forecast that calls for heavy rain that could cause localized flooding and gusty winds that may impact the company’s service territory this week and through the weekend.  Atlantic City Electric has crews prepared to restore any potential outages, but customers should Read More »

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Thurs, Oct. 1st, 8:10am: New Projected Path for Hurricane Joaquin from National Weather Service

Hurricane Joaquin’s future path is being closely monitored by the National Hurricane Center and the National Weather Service. This is a graphical depiction of the projected path of the storm as of Thursday, October 1st, at 8:00am. Please keep in mind that this path has changed repeatedly over the past 72 hours and future changes Read More »

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Thurs, Oct. 1: Coastal Flood Warning for Stone Harbor, High Wind Watch, Joaquin Changes Path Again

The National Weather Center has posted a Coastal Flood Warning in effect for the Borough of Stone Harbor from now through Friday, October 2nd, at 6:00am. A Coastal Flood Watch has been posted for Avalon from Friday, October 2nd at 6:00am through Sunday, October 4th, at 5:00pm. A High Wind Watch is in effect from Read More »

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