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UPPER DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP — State police used community tips from social media to locate a man wanted for shoplifting cigarettes from a Wawa store.
High pressure in the Deep South will shift offshore this weekend, bringing in southwest winds and mild air.
Since meteorological winter began, not one weekend has been both dry and at least as warm as seasonable. That changes Friday.
Wednesday's passing cold front gives us one more cold day on Thursday. However, warmer air will settle in for the weekend, making it the first dry and mild one since the beginning of December.
A slick morning commute is likely in spots Thursday morning. However, sunshine and mild temps are in store for the weekend.
A wintry Wednesday is on tap as a cold front passes through. I will be posting a few live updates throughout the day to keep you up to speed on what is happening in South Jersey.
Snow showers will continue to develop Wednesday, falling through the morning commute.
South Jersey will miss out on the brunt of a cold front and coastal low Tuesday night into Wednesday, bringing a minor snow event to the area.
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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Snow is headed toward New Jersey and that could make for slick driving conditions.
Rain will change to snow showers Tuesday night into Wednesday and will make for a slippery Wednesday morning commute.
The worst from both a clipper system and a coastal low pressure will stay away from our area.
We are still monitoring a clipper system to pass through on Tuesday night into Wednesday. The second snowiest winter on record so far will only pad the stats mid-week, as more snow is on the way.
Like two weeks ago, an arctic snap and a snow system will push through the area. Unlike two weeks ago, though, the cold will not be as cold and the snow will not be as intense.
Two high-pressure systems will dominate for much of the week, but one Alberta Clipper will squeeze snow in early in the week.
We are in the midst of our second arctic cold blast of the past seven days.
A cold front extending from near Greenland all the way south to Cuba will sweep through Saturday.
Dense fog will continue throughout Friday. The fog will go away on Friday night, but heavy rain and stiff winds will arrive in its place.
Areas of dense fog and spotty showers will turn into periods of rain as we go throughout the day on Friday.
The balmy weather from Thursday will carry into Friday, but the dry weather will not.
ATLANTIC CITY — A fisherman was airlifted 60 miles east of Atlantic City and taken to an area hospital by the Coast Guard early Thursday morning.
Atlantic City International Airport broke its previous high temperature of 61 degrees on Thursday. However, the source of this balmy air will also help source Friday's rainfall.
GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Officials say a man who held officers at bay with gunfire was found dead after police used an armored vehicle to remove the door of a southern New Jersey home and officers stormed the residence, ending a 13-hour standoff.
No car needed, we went from zero to 60 on the thermometer this week! In a five day span, Atlantic City International Airport rose from negative 3 degrees on Sunday morning to a record breaking high of 62 degrees Thursday afternoon. This beats the old record of 61 degrees.
High pressure gives us just enough to enjoy this warm day, but it will be a washout for Friday into Saturday morning as two storm systems move in.