Dan Skeldon, Joe Martucci and Palma Accardi

Meteorologist Joe Martucci was a guest on New Jersey Coastal Coalition's 'Tidal Flooding Talk' Facebook Live show, hosted every Sunday at The Irish Pub in Atlantic City. Joe was joined by former Press Meteorologist Dan Skeldon, as well as Palma Accardi, technical assistant construction official in Margate.

Press Meteorologist Joe Martucci will be the featured guest at the New Jersey Coastal Coalition‘s weekly Tidal Flooding Talk broadcast at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20.

The Facebook Live event will take place at the Irish Pub on St. James Place in Atlantic City. Previous Press Meteorologist and current meteorologist for WFMZ-TV in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Dan Skeldon will host the talk alongside Palma Accardi, technical assistant construction official in Margate.

As Fall weather settles into South Jersey, Joe will answer any weather questions on your mind and talk with Dan and Palma about the upcoming winter. 

The New Jersey Coastal Coalition is a nonprofit that seeks to “build more resilient communities at the Jersey Shore by developing policies and practices that will anticipate future concerns and to create solutions to be shared by all participants.” The group includes county offices of emergency management and local governments.

The Press will share the Facebook live stream at facebook.com/pressofac. You can also follow Martucci on Facebook at facebook.com/joemartwx for the feed, both during and after the event.

This is Joe’s fourth appearance on the show.

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