Multi-Day Heat Wave: Temps, Humidity Will Build During Scorching Stretch; Here's Latest Timing Multi-Day Heat Wave: Temps, Humidity Will Build During Scorching Stretch; Here's Latest Timing
Multi-Day Heat Wave: Temps, Humidity Will Build During Scorching Stretch; Here's Latest Timing Oppressive conditions will build as the week goes on during a multi-day heat wave. Beginning with Day 1 on Tuesday, June 20, it will feel like it's in the mid to upper 90s and even over 100 degrees at times, especially farther north and inland. A look at where weather advisories (shown in orange) are in effect, generally from noon Tuesday, June 18, until 8 p.m. Thursday, June 20, with watches in parts of New England and warnings in areas of the Midwest. "A large, sprawling area of high pressure will help to pump hot air into the East, and this pattern is expected to sustain itsel…
Video Shows Landspout Tornado That Flipped Cars, Uprooted Trees In Lawrence Township Video Shows Landspout Tornado That Flipped Cars, Uprooted Trees In Lawrence Township
Video Shows Landspout Tornado That Flipped Cars, Uprooted Trees In Lawrence Township The National Weather Service has confirmed a landspout tornado touched down in a New Jersey town last week. The EF-0 twister took down trees and flipped several cars in a post office parking lot for exactly one minute in Lawrence Township (Mercer County) on Friday, June 14. The NWS shared footage from Ross Kauffman of the tornado, which had peak winds of 80 mph, was .13 miles long and 60 yards wide. 🌪️ Here is a video from Ross Kauffman of the landspout tornado that occurred Friday in Lawrence Twp, NJ. What makes a... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on&nb…
After The Storm: Here's Timing For First Potential Heat Wave Of Year After The Storm: Here's Timing For First Potential Heat Wave Of Year
After The Storm: Here's Timing For First Potential Heat Wave Of Year A powerful storm system that swept through the region has now pushed off the coast, leading to a dry and pleasant Father's Day weekend before the first potential heat wave of the year. Temperatures will soar into the 90s in much of the Northeast starting on Tuesday, June 18. The mercury is expected to hit 90 degrees or higher each day, possibly through the end of the workweek.  A heat wave is defined as three or more consecutive days in which the temperature is 90 degrees or higher. "The first heat wave of the season may start on Tuesday with peak heat index values above 95 possi…
Air Quality Alert Issued Across These NJ, PA Counties Air Quality Alert Issued Across These NJ, PA Counties
Air Quality Alert Issued Across These NJ, PA Counties An air quality alert has been issued for several areas across New Jersey and Pennsylvania  through late Friday, June 14. The most serious alert, an Air Quality Action Day, has been issued from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. across Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Essex, and Union counties. An Air Quality Action Day means that Ground Level Ozone within the region may approach or exceed unhealthy standards. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has issued a code orange air quality alert Friday for North Central and Southwestern, NJ, along with Middlesex, Mercer, Camden, and G…
Here's Timing On Thunderstorms With 60 MPH Winds, Large Hail Threatening NJ, PA Here's Timing On Thunderstorms With 60 MPH Winds, Large Hail Threatening NJ, PA
Here's Timing On Thunderstorms With 60 MPH Winds, Large Hail Threatening NJ, PA A pleasant summer day Thursday, June 13 could be followed by a stormy one on Friday, June 14, forecasters said. Showers and thunderstorms with drenching downpours, large hail, and gusty winds are threatening North Jersey and the Lehigh Valley Friday afternoon and early evening, according to the National Weather Service. After a warm and sunny Thursday, we could be looking at a rather stormy Friday. Showers and thunderstorms are expected... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Thursday, June 13, 2024 Damaging wind gusts and large hail are the main threat…
First Summer Heatwave Ahead: Here's When Forecasters Say Temps Will Soar In Northeast First Summer Heatwave Ahead: Here's When Forecasters Say Temps Will Soar In Northeast
First Summer Heatwave Ahead: Here's When Forecasters Say Temps Will Soar In Northeast Enjoy that low electric bill while you can. Later this month, the air conditionings will most definitely be needed, forecasters are saying. The days leading up to the mid-June mark are expected to be sunny with low-humidity, and cooler nights, according to AccuWeather and the National Weather Service. Temps and humidity will begin to ramp up over Father's Day Weekend, with the first heat wave of the season expected next week, AccuWeather says (see weather map above). A heat wave is when temps are higher than average, with or without humidity, for at least two consecutive days, the outlet e…
6 Tornados Touched Down In VA, MD: Here's Where 6 Tornados Touched Down In VA, MD: Here's Where
6 Tornados Touched Down In VA, MD: Here's Where The National Weather Service confirmed seven tornados touched down in Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia on Wednesday, June 5 — six of them in the DMV alone. The NWS sent four teams to cities across the region to survey storm damage and found a warm front slowly lifted northeast across the eastern Panhandle of West Virginia into northern Virginia, along with central and northeastern Maryland.  At the same time, low pressure tracked along the warm front causing severe thunderstorms and tornadoes to develop. Peak winds were between 85 and 105 mph, the strongest in&…
New Round Of Severe Thunderstorms Expected To Hit Maryland New Round Of Severe Thunderstorms Expected To Hit Maryland
New Round Of Severe Thunderstorms Expected To Hit Maryland A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service one day after parts of Maryland had to contend with tornados that touched down. Hours after twisters tore through parts of the state, some residents are bracing for a fresh round of rain and thunderstorms that are expected to roll through the region on Thursday, June 6. National Weather Service Forecasters say that the area expected to get hit the hardest will be those along US 15 east toward Chesapeake Bay.  Another round of showers and t-storms is expected today with locally heavy rain and severe t-stor…
Tornado Touchdowns: Survey Teams Assessing Damage Across DMV Tornado Touchdowns: Survey Teams Assessing Damage Across DMV
Tornado Touchdowns: Survey Teams Assessing Damage Across DMV Crews are out cleaning up a trail of destruction left by a tornado through Montgomery County, MD on Wednesday evening, June 5. Officials confirmed a tornado over Poolesville and Gaithersburg, however, residents across the area shared photos of uprooted trees, downed poles, and all-around wreckage left by the storm. The National Weather Service is deploying four survey teams to investigation the damage in nine counties across West Virginia, Virginia, and Maryland.  While a twister wasn't officially confirmed in Leesburg, residents shared footage of an ominous cloud hovering over t…
Potentially Dangerous Tornado Touches Down In Montgomery County (DEVELOPING) Potentially Dangerous Tornado Touches Down In Montgomery County (DEVELOPING)
Potentially Dangerous Tornado Touches Down In Montgomery County (Developing) A dangerous tornado touched down in Montgomery County on Wednesday night, officials confirmed. At approximately 7:15 p.m. on June 5, the National Weather Service advised that a tornado was located in Poolsville moving east at approximately 20 mph in the area. National Weather Service It was also expected to impact Germantown, Gaithersburg, Montgomery Village, North Potomac, Boyds, and other surrounding communities. Poolesville, Dawsonville, Germantown pic.twitter.com/tx7JlsKwxK — Pete Piringer (@mcfrsPIO) June 5, 2024 "You are in a life-threatening situation," officials warned. "Fly…
Multiple Tornado Warnings Issued Across Parts Of Maryland (UPDATED) Multiple Tornado Warnings Issued Across Parts Of Maryland (UPDATED)
Multiple Tornado Warnings Issued Across Parts Of Maryland (Updated) Several tornado warnings have been issued in Maryland late on Wednesday morning as the region continues to grapple with rough weather. Early on June 5, an alert was issued in Charles County, which was quickly followed up across the state, according to the National Weather Service. Tornado Warning including Boonsboro MD, Myersville MD and Keedysville MD until 6:15 PM EDT pic.twitter.com/5hBZ7FsH5v — NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) June 5, 2024 Tornado Warning including Owings Mills MD, Garrison MD and Hampstead MD until 6:45 PM EDT pic.twitter.com/8Y1lcjYX07 — NWS Baltimor…
Thunderstorms, Heavy Winds Heading Toward Virginia, Maryland: Forecasters Thunderstorms, Heavy Winds Heading Toward Virginia, Maryland: Forecasters
Thunderstorms, Heavy Winds Heading Toward Virginia, Maryland: Forecasters Several rounds of rain showers and thunderstorms are expected to roll through the DMV region on Wednesday, forecasters say. The National Weather Service issued an alert cautioning that storms were incoming and could bring wind gusts of up to 60 mph in some parts of the area. A Flood Watch was also put in effect for the DC/Baltimore metro areas that will be in effect from noon through 10 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5. "A pair of low pressure systems tracking across the eastern half of the country will trigger scattered to isolated showers and thunderstorms across much of the region to…
Weather May Have Contributed To Fatal One-Vehicle Indian Head Crash: State Police Weather May Have Contributed To Fatal One-Vehicle Indian Head Crash: State Police
Weather May Have Contributed To Fatal One-Vehicle Indian Head Crash: State Police Inclement weather may have been a contributing factor in a fatal one-vehicle crash in Charles County overnight, according to Maryland State Police investigators. Tyvon Gray, 34, of Cheltenham, has been identified as the driver who died Wednesday night after losing control and crashing off a roadway, officials say. Shortly before 9:30 p.m. on May 30, troopers were called to the westbound lanes of Livingston Road near Marbury Freeland Place in Indian Head, where there was a reported crash. Investigators say that Gray was driving a Chevrolet west on Livingston Road when, for unknown reas…
Thunderstorms Could Interrupt Sunshine In DMV, National Weather Service Says Thunderstorms Could Interrupt Sunshine In DMV, National Weather Service Says
Thunderstorms Could Interrupt Sunshine In DMV, National Weather Service Says The National Weather Service says another round of thunderstorms could be right around the corner. Wednesday, May 29 will start out sunny with a high just below 80. Just before 2 p.m., isolated showers are expected to begin, and potentially ramp up to a thunderstorm after 3 p.m., the NWS says. A colorful sunrise this morning will give way to scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. This activity is in... Posted by US National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington on Wednesday, May 29, 2024 Stormy weather will stick around overnight into Thursday, May 30, which will b…
New Round Of Thunderstorms Could End Sunny Day In NJ, PA, Weather Service Says New Round Of Thunderstorms Could End Sunny Day In NJ, PA, Weather Service Says
New Round Of Thunderstorms Could End Sunny Day In NJ, PA, Weather Service Says The National Weather Service says another round of thunderstorms is right around the corner. Wednesday, May 29 will start out sunny with a high of 78. Come the late afternoon, showers with "a few thunderstorms" and a chance of downpours are likely across New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania, the NWS says. Storms are expected to being around 3 p.m., with a higher chance of heavier rain in North Jersey than South Jersey. Showers could stick around into Thursday, May 30 , which will will be mostly cloudy with a high of 75, the NWS says.
'Declaration Of Disaster': Tornado Touches Down In Schuylkill County 'Declaration Of Disaster': Tornado Touches Down In Schuylkill County
'Declaration Of Disaster': Tornado Touches Down In Schuylkill County A tornado touched down in Mahanoy City, Schuylkill County on Monday night, May 27, according to officials.  The Pennsylvania Rivers Chapter of the American Red Cross is assisting families affected by Monday’s severe storms in... Posted by American Red Cross Greater Pennsylvania on Tuesday, May 28, 2024 The twister was first reported on the west side of town., Mahanoy fire officials said. By 10 p.m., the borough had issued an official declaration of disaster and all residents were ordered to stay indoors.  THE BOROUGH OF MAHANOY CITY HAS ISSUED A DECLARATION OF DISASTER, ALL RESIDENT…
Tornadoes Possible, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For All Of NJ, Parts Of PA Tornadoes Possible, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For All Of NJ, Parts Of PA
Tornadoes Possible, Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For All Of NJ, Parts Of PA The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch for all of New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania to close out Memorial Day. The NWS said tornadoes, heavy rain, and wind gusts up to 65 mph were possible through 9 p.m. The first round of storms came early Monday morning, May 27.  National Weather Service As of press time, more than 600 Bedminster, NJ residents were without power, according to JCP&L. It was not immediately clear if that outage was caused by the storm, though. The NWS says storms are expected to cease before 1 a.m. Tuesday, May 28. Temps will dip…
Thunderstorms To Rip Through Northeast Memorial Day: Here's The Timing Thunderstorms To Rip Through Northeast Memorial Day: Here's The Timing
Thunderstorms To Rip Through Northeast Memorial Day: Here's The Timing Get those barbecues and pool trips in while you can, because Memorial Day 2024 could be a wet one. According to the National Weather Service, Sunday, May 26 will be mostly sunny and humid, with a high near 85. Temps are expected to drop into the mid-60s on Sunday night, with a chance of rain predicted overnight. "Following a relative lull in storm activity on Sunday in the region, Monday will be a different story," an AccuWeather report reads.  "The same storm system that led to the deadly storms and tornadoes in the nation's midsection on Saturday and Saturday night, and a 'high' ris…
Highest Number Of Storms Ever Predicted For 2024 Hurricane Season Highest Number Of Storms Ever Predicted For 2024 Hurricane Season
Highest Number Of Storms Ever Predicted For 2024 Hurricane Season Get set for what could potentially be one of the most active hurricane seasons ever, according to a brand-new forecast by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecasters at the Climate Prediction Center. The outlook, released Thursday, May 23, predicts an 85 percent chance of an above-normal season, a 10 percent chance of a near-normal season, and a 5 percent chance of a below-normal season. NOAA is forecasting 17 to 25 named storms (winds of 39 miles per hour or higher). That's the most storms ever predicted for an Atlantic hurricane season. Of those, eig…
Tornado May Have Touched Down In Greenwood Lake During Round Of Severe Storms Tornado May Have Touched Down In Greenwood Lake During Round Of Severe Storms
Tornado May Have Touched Down In Greenwood Lake During Round Of Severe Storms An investigation is underway to determine if a tornado touched down in the Hudson Valley during a round of severe storms on Thursday, May 23. The probe is focusing on the Orange County village of Greenwood Lake. Starting at around 7:20 a.m., a total of 34 calls were received reporting various issues related to the storm such as downed trees and power lines, alarm activations, vehicle rescues, gas leaks, structural damage reports and other fire type call, according to Orange County Emergency Services. The department said it is working with the National Weather Service to identify …
Fast-Moving Storm Knocks Power To Thousands Across North Jersey Fast-Moving Storm Knocks Power To Thousands Across North Jersey
Fast-Moving Storm Knocks Power To Thousands Across North Jersey A fast-moving round of thunderstorm knocked power to thousands of New Jersey residents Thursday morning, May 23. PSEG was reporting approximately 2,000 outages in Bergen County (1,156 in New Milford, 398 in Paramus); 2,341 in Essex County (983 in Caldwell, 448 in West Caldwell); 1,230 in Gloucester County (1,206 in Woodbury City). JCP&L was reporting approximately 1,300 in Franklin Township, where a downed tree closed Route 57. JCP&L also said 1,000 residents in Lebanon were in the dark, as were 1,000 in Bethlehem. Knowlton, Hope, Liberty, and Independence …
Two Rounds Of Thunderstorms Predicted In NJ, PA: Here's Timing Two Rounds Of Thunderstorms Predicted In NJ, PA: Here's Timing
Two Rounds Of Thunderstorms Predicted In NJ, PA: Here's Timing The National Weather Service is predicting two rounds of thunderstorms in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on Thursday, May 23. The first is expected in the morning northwest of the I-95 corridor through noon, and the second in the afternoon and evening along the Jersey Shore and in South Jersey (see map above). The NWS warns that strong to severe thunderstorms could come with gusty winds. Travel delays due to flooding, downpours, and hail are expected, AccuWeather says. AccuWeather Temps will be in the mid-80s with a drop into the 60s in the evening, the NWS said. Friday will be mostly sun…
Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued In Parts Of DMV Region Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued In Parts Of DMV Region
Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued In Parts Of DMV Region Severe weather could be heading toward the DMV region on Wednesday, according to forecasters. An advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service cautioning that a "severe thunderstorm watch" is in effect on May 22 through at least 8 p.m. in Northern Virginia, Central and Northern Maryland. Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued until 8:00 pm tonight, May 22. Residents should remain aware for threatening weather. More info: https://t.co/aJCzkSvykK — Montgomery Co OEMHS (@ReadyMontgomery) May 22, 2024 Residents have been warned to "remain aware for threatening weather."  Storms …
Memorial Day Outlook Released: Here's What To Expect For Unofficial Start Of Summer Memorial Day Outlook Released: Here's What To Expect For Unofficial Start Of Summer
Memorial Day Outlook Released: Here's What To Expect For Unofficial Start Of Summer Memorial Day is a week away, but now, long-range projections reveal what to expect weather-wise for the unofficial start of summer. According to AccuWeather.com, an active weather pattern from the Midwest will shift to the Northeast by Monday, May 27. That means precipitation will pose a threat to outdoor plans. In the image above, showers are expected in much of the Northeast on Memorial Day (areas shown in light green). It's too early to say if the day will be a complete washout or if the showers will be intermittent. The long weekend will start with ideal conditions on Friday, Ma…
Coastal Flood Warning Issued For Many Jersey Shore Areas Due To Onshore Flow, High Tides: NWS Coastal Flood Warning Issued For Many Jersey Shore Areas Due To Onshore Flow, High Tides: NWS
Coastal Flood Warning Issued For Many Jersey Shore Areas Due To Onshore Flow, High Tides: NWS Many coastal areas of New Jersey are under the threat of moderate flooding during high tides over the weekend, forecasters said. The National Weather Service issued a coastal flood warning on Friday, May 10 for coastal parts of Atlantic, Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, and Ocean counties. A coastal flood advisory was issued for oceanfront areas of Middlesex and Monmouth counties, as well as bayfront and riverfront parts of Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties. The NWS said moderate flooding was forecasted in coastal communities like Atlantic City, Barnegat Light, B…
Long-Range Summer Outlook For Severe Weather, Temps Released: Here's What To Expect Long-Range Summer Outlook For Severe Weather, Temps Released: Here's What To Expect
Long-Range Summer Outlook For Severe Weather, Temps Released: Here's What To Expect Spring has sprung, but the thermometer must not have gotten the memo, as plenty of raw days have made it feel more like fall. But when it comes to the summer, in the words of Ron Burgundy, expect things to escalate really quickly. According to AccuWeather's brand-new outlook for the summer of 2024, it's going to be a hot season for most areas of the United States, including the Northeast. The anticipated heat will contribute to an uptick in severe weather, AccuWeather says. "Severe weather events can be frequent in June and part of July," said AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist and Head of …
2.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles New Jersey 2.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles New Jersey
2.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles New Jersey New Jersey continues to be shaken by aftershocks. The latest, following the 4.8 magnitude quake that rocked the area on April 5, occurred just before 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 27, according to the USGS. This aftershock was among the highest in magnitude of the dozens of aftershocks since the initial earthquake. It was reported 7 km WSW of Gladstone, and according to the USGS map, east of Tewksbury. People as far as Massachusetts reported feeling the earthquake, but it appeared to have been clearest felt in the Garden State, with Boonton and Kearny residents reporting a III on the MMI…
Smoky Skies: Wildfires Burning In Canada Could Affect Air Quality In Northeast Again Smoky Skies: Wildfires Burning In Canada Could Affect Air Quality In Northeast Again
Smoky Skies: Wildfires Burning In Canada Could Affect Air Quality In Northeast Again Smoke from wildfires burning across Canada could once again significantly affect air quality in the Northeast this year, according to a brand-new report. AccuWeather long-range forecasters say the 2024 wildfire season is expected to start in June and peak in September. Wildfires in Canada broke records last year, with 45.7 million acres of land burned.  AccuWeather's lead long-range forecaster, Paul Pastelok, predicts a near-to-above-historical average number of fires in Canada this year, but he expects fewer fires to burn than last year. Smoke from Canadian wildfires last June cause…
Watch Issued For Possibly Severe Storms That Could Bring 70MPH Wind Gusts, Hail To DMV Region Watch Issued For Possibly Severe Storms That Could Bring 70MPH Wind Gusts, Hail To DMV Region
Watch Issued For Possibly Severe Storms That Could Bring 70MPH Wind Gusts, Hail To DMV Region Some severe storms could be heading toward the DMV region overnight, as the National Weather service issuing alerts or the area. Forecasters are cautioning that there "is a risk for strong to severe thunderstorms," that might bring large hail, and damaging winds with gusts approaching 70mph, officials say. ⚠️A slow moving cold front will drift southward through the area today. There is a risk for strong to severe thunderstorms, especially from I-66/U.S. 50 and points southward⛈️Large hail & damaging winds are possible in such storms. Today's highs will be in the upper 70s/low 80s. pi…
Surprise Storm Could Follow Sunny Skies In NJ, PA: Forecasters Surprise Storm Could Follow Sunny Skies In NJ, PA: Forecasters
Surprise Storm Could Follow Sunny Skies In NJ, PA: Forecasters A powerful storm system is expected to move through the region following a day of idyllic weather in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on Sunday, April 14, forecasters say. Most of Sunday will be sunny with a high near 72, but come nighttime, the weather is expected to take a drastic turn, according to the National Weather Service. A line of thunderstorms are expected to move into our region from the N or NW Sunday evening. The greatest threat for... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Saturday, April 13, 2024 The storm will make its way to the Northeast fro…
Bright Green Fireball Blazes Across NJ, PA Skies Bright Green Fireball Blazes Across NJ, PA Skies
Bright Green Fireball Blazes Across NJ, PA Skies An earthquake, a total solar eclipse and now a fireball. What a week for weather in the Northeast. Dozens of residents across the region reported seeing a bright green fireball blaze across the sky on before dawn on Wednesday, April 10. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Daily Voice NJ (@dailyvoicenewjersey) Linda Price-Heine captured a fireball in the sky Wednesday, April 10. Daily Voice Linda Price-Heine got a text from her neighbor, Joan Piney, in Wall Township this morning telling her to check her camera, she said…