A dry weekend is likely in South Jersey as two separate systems move near, but not into, the region.
This story has been updated to reflect the latest totals, current as of 3:20 p.m. Thursday
The fourth nor’easter of March roared into South Jersey, bringing snow, rounds of coastal flooding and wind.
Watch Meteorologist Joe Martucci at 7 p.m. Wednesday on Facebook Live for coverage of South Jersey's multiple coastal storms.
BASS RIVER TOWNSHIP — The New Jersey Forest Fire Service readily admits it can’t see the forest for the trees.
Many schools closed Wednesday, coastal residents moved cars to high ground to avoid flooding, and road crews salted and plowed through the fourth nor’easter to hit the region this month.
The annual Open House and Flea Market at the Pequest Trout Hatchery in Warren County, scheduled for this weekend, has been postponed to June 2 and 4 due to the approaching nor'easter.
Tuesday was just the beginning.
Ever since nor’easter No. 3 began last Tuesday, nor’easter No. 4 has been in the works. On Tuesday morning, it will start, as two low-pressure systems pass by Tuesday and Wednesday. It’s a one-two punch of wintry weather for the area. To help you plan, here are six answers to another nor’eas…
The spring equinox — the day when the sun sits over the equator, when residents of the Northern Hemisphere, and South Jersey, see the tables turn toward summer.
The Spring equinox is on Tuesday but it will be feeling nothing but. Two nor'easters will move up the northeast coast bringing a wintry mix, coastal flooding and strong.
We will enjoy more sunshine on Monday, but nor’easter No. 4 will arrive Tuesday morning. South Jersey will likely wind up as the hardest hit part of the state when it comes to rain, coastal flooding, snow and winds.
We will enjoy a pair of nice mid-March days as we end the weekend and begin the workweek.
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For many of us, St. Patrick’s Day weekend will be sunny and dry.
The woman who died early Saturday in a residential fire in Bass River Township has been identified as the homeowner, Kristina Amon.
For most of South Jersey, we will have dry skies with temperatures near average on St. Patrick's Day. However, the one county where showers are possible, Cape May County, is where all three St. Patrick's Day parades are being held. Here is the forecast.
Northwest winds behind our departing nor’easter should bring us dry weather for the weekend. However, we will need some St. Patrick’s Day luck to get there on Saturday.
Another round of upper level energy is swinging through the mid-Atlantic Thursday afternoon, bringing some showers to South Jersey. After that clears, a thermometer dive will be on the way.
10 a.m.: Isolated rain showers are expected on Thursday afternoon. The article updates to reflect the change from just monitoring it to forecasting it.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — At first the South Jersey Transportation Authority may not seem to have much in common with butterflies.
Snow showers will wind down Wednesday afternoon, however, the chilly weather will keep winter going in South Jersey. Out of the 14 days in March, 10 of them have been below average. Add in the seven day forecast and you will have another seven more that are on the cooler side.
Our third March nor’easter is gone. Besides a weak snow shower possibility for Wednesday afternoon, we are quiet, cool and calm through at least the weekend.
Rain changed to wet snow as gusty winds and pockets of coastal flooding brought a glancing blow to our storm battered region. Here is a look back at the system and what lies ahead.
7 a.m. Update: The first paragraphs are updated to reflect the current situation. Snow is falling in much of South Jersey. The newest snow map is posted, also.
Watch Meteorologist Joe Martucci live at 6 a.m. Tuesday on The Press’ Facebook page, Facebook.com/PressofAC, for continuing coverage of South Jersey’s third nor’easter in 10 days. Snow will wrap up early Tuesday, though there will be pockets of coastal flooding during the high tides. Joe wil…