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In what will be one of the most quiet forecasts of the year, Canadian high pressure will bring comfort throughout the area for the next couple…
For many, the end to the heat wave that comes Monday will be a much-needed break. However, to get from record breaking to a calmer summer weat…
Scorching heat and humidity Saturday came with temperature records all across the region.
A line of severe thunderstorms knocked out power and brought damage across Cumberland County on Wednesday evening.
At 10:54 a.m., Atlantic City International Airport reached 90 degrees, extending the first heat wave of the year to four days.
In a day that felt more like two months from Memorial Day, rather than two weeks, South Jersey set a temperature for the record books Monday.
A weekend’s worth of rain brought more than 3 inches of liquid to parts of South Jersey, putting some places on pace for the wettest year on record.
UPDATE: It's Wednesday, and we're still raining. That's 5 days in a row.