For the third day in a row, New Jersey will need to be weather aware.
Damaging winds, flooding and even a weak tornado will be in the realm of possibility Tuesday.
To help keep you aware of what is going on, here what is known about the severe weather risk, and what I believe will happen.
Joe's 7-Day Forecast
A severe thunderstorm watch is now in effect
The watch will be through 10 p.m. The Storm Prediction Center, a government agency in Oklahoma, issued the watch. This means that the ingredients for severe thunderstorms are there.
Earlier in the day, the issued a "mesoscale discussion" highlighting the potential for a watch based on meteorological factors.
We're in a slight risk for severe weather
Understanding Severe Thunderstorm Risk Categories
A flash flood watch is in effect, too
When does it happen and what's most likely to occur?
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Joe's 7-Day Forecast
Egg Harbor Township High School, June 21, 4:20 p.m.
It'll be partly sunny and likely dry as graduation occurs. Temperatures will be in the upper 70s, with lowering humidity.
Bridgeton High School, June 21
It'll be partly sunny. There is a small risk of a brief shower (20%) but that is all. Temperatures will be in the upper 70s, with lowering humidity. As they say, good things happen to those who wait.
A flash flood watch will be in effect through 1 a.m. on Friday for all of South Jersey. While storms largely missed southeastern New Jersey, 2 to 5 inches of rain fell in Glocuster, Camden and Burlington counties. PATCO service was suspended and the Rancocas Creek near Pemberton will continue to be in major flood stage throughout the day.
Additionally, the Storm Prediction Center, a government agency in Oklahoma, has put most of the region in a slightly, level 2 of 5 risk for severe weather. Damaging winds will be the main threat, but a weak tornado will not be ruled out.