Here's Timing For New Rounds Of Showers, Storms During Days-Long Unsettled Stretch Here's Timing For New Rounds Of Showers, Storms During Days-Long Unsettled Stretch
Here's Timing For New Rounds Of Showers, Storms During Days-Long Unsettled Stretch The return of more humid air will be followed by separate new rounds of showers and thunderstorms as an unsettled weather pattern arrives in the region. Clouds will gradually thicken on Monday, July 22, and high temperatures will be in the mid-80s. Showers will be possible in the afternoon, with scattered thunderstorms during the evening and overnight hours, especially in areas farther north and inland. Tuesday, July 23, will be mostly cloudy with some peeks of sun. The high temperature will be in the low to mid-80s. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible from the midda…
Support Swells After Series Of Tornadoes Devastate NY Homes, Businesses: 'Anything Helps' Support Swells After Series Of Tornadoes Devastate NY Homes, Businesses: 'Anything Helps'
Support Swells After Series Of Tornadoes Devastate NY Homes, Businesses: 'Anything Helps' Donations are flooding in for the victims devastated by a series of tornadoes that touched down in New York during a round of severe storms. At least six twisters touched down in Central New York between 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 16, the National Weather Service confirmed. They were identified at: Canastota, Madison County - EF-1, from 3 p.m. to 3:07 p.m. Peak winds - 100 mph. Rome, Oneida County - EF-2, from 3:25 p.m. to 3:35 p.m. Peak winds - 135 mph. Oxbow Lake, Hamilton County - EF- 1, from 4:29 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Peak winds - 100 mph. Wells, Hamilton County - EF-1, from 4:30…
5 Tornadoes Hit NY During Round Of Severe Storms, With 1 Fatality Reported 5 Tornadoes Hit NY During Round Of Severe Storms, With 1 Fatality Reported
5 Tornadoes Hit NY During Round Of Severe Storms, With 1 Fatality Reported One person was killed during a two-and-a-half hour span when at least five tornadoes touched down in New York State this week, the National Weather Service announced following a survey of the damage, and more confirmations could be coming. The time frame for the twisters on Tuesday afternoon, July 16, was from 3 p.m. to around 5:30 p.m. Four of the five were rated an EF-1 on the Enhanced Fujita scale, the second-weakest of the six levels. They were identified at: Canastota, Madison County - EF-1, from 3 p.m. to 3:07 p.m. Peak winds - 100 mph. Oxbow Lake, Hamilton County - …
Heat Index Values Around 108 Degrees Possible In DMV; Storms Likely Heat Index Values Around 108 Degrees Possible In DMV; Storms Likely
Heat Index Values Around 108 Degrees Possible In DMV; Storms Likely Incoming storms may finally help residents in the DMV beat the heat - at least for now - during what has been a scorching summer with record temperatures.  Forecasters are warning that severe weather is possible on Wednesday, July 17, and yet another Heat Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service as heat index values could reach as high as 108 degrees. National Weather Service "Dangerous heat and humidity will continue today along with the threat for showers and thunderstorms," they said. "Some storms may be severe, especially along and east of the Blue Ridge.  "…
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 With temperatures approaching and topping 100 degrees in some parts of the DMV, forecasters are cautioning that excessive heat could be making way for severe storms. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service as storms bringing possible hail and 70 mph wind gusts could make their way through the region on Tuesday night. Another dangerously hot and humid day ahead. Additionally, scattered thunderstorms will be possible this afternoon through this evening. Some storms could be severe with damaging winds and large hail as the two main threats. pic.twitter.co…
Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Much Of NJ, PA: Here's The Timing Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Much Of NJ, PA: Here's The Timing
Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Much Of NJ, PA: Here's The Timing The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for much of New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania. The watch is in effect through 10 p.m. Tuesday, July 16 and applies to all of New Jersey. In Pennsylvania, the watch covers Adams, Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Dauphin, Delaware, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia, Pike, Schuylkill, Wayne, Wyoming, and York in Pennsylvania. Temps are expected to feel as hot as 100 or 105 degrees in much of the region, according to the NWS.  A chance of showers and thunderst…
Flood Watch Issued In These NJ Counties Ahead Of Downpours Flood Watch Issued In These NJ Counties Ahead Of Downpours
Flood Watch Issued In These NJ Counties Ahead Of Downpours A flood watch has been issued by the National Weather Service across much of New Jersey ahead of drizzles expected to turn into downpours. Between 1 and 3 inches of rain is expected with both showers and thunderstorms producing heavy downpours Friday afternoon, July 12 through Saturday afternoon, July 13, the National Weather Service said. Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Essex Gloucester Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Passaic, Union, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, and Warren, are all under a flood watch. 🌧⚠️ Not much change to the forecast with this morning's update. We …
New Rounds Of Storms Headed To Region Before Much-Awaited Change In Weather Pattern New Rounds Of Storms Headed To Region Before Much-Awaited Change In Weather Pattern
New Rounds Of Storms Headed To Region Before Much-Awaited Change In Weather Pattern Separate rounds of thunderstorms with heavy downpours are possible through the end of the week before a change in the weather pattern will finally bring drier, less humid air. According to the National Weather Service, investigations are underway in parts of upstate New York and northern New England after possible tornadic activity occurred during a storm system on Wednesday, July 10, fueled by the remnants of Beryl. Thursday, July 11 will become partly to mostly sunny after a cloudy start to the day with lingering showers pushing east. The high temperature will be in the upper 80s. It sho…
Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes Fueled By Beryl's Remnants To Hit Northeast: Timing, Track Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes Fueled By Beryl's Remnants To Hit Northeast: Timing, Track
Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes Fueled By Beryl's Remnants To Hit Northeast: Timing, Track Numerous clusters of severe thunderstorms, heavy rainfall, and possible isolated tornadoes fueled by the remnants of Beryl are headed to the Northeast. Beryl, which made landfall along the Texas coast as a Category 1 hurricane on Monday, July 8, will move into upstate New York and northern New England on Wednesday, July 10, starting late in the afternoon and continuing overnight. The most severe storms on Wednesday are expected in areas marked in orange and yellow in the image above, mainly farther north and west of the I-95 corridor. In those areas farther inland, storms will also be…
Here's How Much Rainfall Beryl Will Bring To Northeast, When To Expect It Here's How Much Rainfall Beryl Will Bring To Northeast, When To Expect It
Here's How Much Rainfall Beryl Will Bring To Northeast, When To Expect It Beryl, now a tropical depression a day after becoming the first hurricane to make landfall in the US in 2024, will bring heavy rainfall to much of the Northeast. Beryl was downgraded to a tropical storm late Monday morning, July 8, after it landed along the Texas coast as a Category 1 hurricane just before daybreak. "Beryl's effects will be felt far beyond the Lone Star State this week as the storm will race north and east through the Midwest and then the Northeast, bringing heavy rain and a continued risk for a few tornadoes," according to AccuWeather.com. Later on Tuesday, July 9, Beryl …
Tracking Hurricane Beryl: Here's When Remnants Of Storm Will Arrive In NJ, PA Tracking Hurricane Beryl: Here's When Remnants Of Storm Will Arrive In NJ, PA
Tracking Hurricane Beryl: Here's When Remnants Of Storm Will Arrive In NJ, PA Hurricane Beryl, the powerful storm that has left three dead and millions without power in Texas, is working its way up north. After making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, Beryl is expected to continue traveling across the country, bringing torrential rain and thunderstorms through Central US before reaching Pennsylvania and New Jersey mid-week, AccuWeather reports. According to the weather outlet, the Northwestern New Jersey and the northern-most portion of Pennsylvania will see one or two inches of rain from Beryl around 2 p.m. on Wednesday, July 10. AccuWeather is pred…
Tropical Storm Beryl Expected To Make Landfall In US As Hurricane, Then Track North: Timing Tropical Storm Beryl Expected To Make Landfall In US As Hurricane, Then Track North: Timing
Tropical Storm Beryl Expected To Make Landfall In US As Hurricane, Then Track North: Timing The second named storm of the 2024 hurricane season is projected to trek north through the US this coming week. According to the National Hurricane Center, Tropical Storm Beryl, which is now churning in the Gulf of Mexico, is predicted to make landfall in south Texas as a hurricane on Monday morning, July 8. Beryl strengthened to Category 5 hurricane status last week before making its first landfall—over the island of Carriacou in Grenada. "Beryl could stall over Texas, which may result in excessive rainfall and widespread, major flooding in some areas early week," AccuWeather says. Some …
Rapidly Strengthening New Tropical Storm Expected To Become First Hurricane Of Season Rapidly Strengthening New Tropical Storm Expected To Become First Hurricane Of Season
Rapidly Strengthening New Tropical Storm Expected To Become First Hurricane Of Season A newly named, rapidly strengthening tropical storm is likely to become the first hurricane of the 2024 season. Tropical Storm Beryl, the second named storm since the season began on Saturday, June 1, is now located about 820 miles east-southeast of Barbados.  It has maximum sustained winds of 65 miles per hour and is moving west at 23 miles per hour. Beryl is expected to become a major hurricane Sunday night, June 30, or Monday morning, July 1, the National Hurricane Center said. It likely will bring destructive hurricane-force winds and a life-threatening storm surge…
Tornados, Heat, Life-Threatening Rip Currents: No Relief Mid-Week For New Jersey, Pennsylvania Tornados, Heat, Life-Threatening Rip Currents: No Relief Mid-Week For New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Tornados, Heat, Life-Threatening Rip Currents: No Relief Mid-Week For New Jersey, Pennsylvania It's another hot one in New Jersey in Pennsylvania. And a stormy one. And a dangerous one — both on land and at sea, forecasters warn. Yeah, finding relief Wednesday, June 26 won't be easy. "If you are thinking of getting relief at the beach, there is a High Risk for life threatening rip currents at NJ beaches today (Moderate Risk at DE beaches)," the National Weather Service (NWS) said. "Be sure to only swim where there are lifeguards, and never go in water when the beach is closed." Heat indexes could reach 100 degrees in parts of NJ and PA before storms roll in, the weather map above s…
Potentially Damaging Thunderstorms Expected To Develop In DMV Region, Forecasters Warn Potentially Damaging Thunderstorms Expected To Develop In DMV Region, Forecasters Warn
Potentially Damaging Thunderstorms Expected To Develop In DMV Region, Forecasters Warn The stifling heat in the DMV on Wednesday could turn into possibly strong or severe storms throughout parts of the region. Temperatures are expected to hover in the 90s throughout the afternoon on June 26 with thunderstorms developing later in the day, with potentially damaging winds that could impact residents in DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Keep an eye on upcoming forecasts for possible storms developing. And stay cool and hydrated out there. https://t.co/zu35K15ssP — Maryland Department of Emergency Management (MDEM) (@MDMEMA) June 26, 2024 According to AccuWeather forecasters, the s…
1.8 Magnitude Earthquake Reported In Montgomery County: US Geological Survey 1.8 Magnitude Earthquake Reported In Montgomery County: US Geological Survey
1.8 Magnitude Earthquake Reported In Montgomery County: US Geological Survey The US Geological Survey (USGS) confirmed that a small earthquake could be felt in parts of Maryland on Tuesday morning. Shortly before 3:30 a.m. on June 25, officials say that a 1.8 magnitude earthquake with an epicenter of Spencerville in Montgomery County hit the area, which could be felt all the way into Delaware and Howard County. Tuesday's incident fell into the category of a "micro earthquake" which was felt by more than two dozen people, according to the USGS. There have been several similar incidents in the DMV region this year. No damage has been reported following the lates…
Tornado Touched Down In NY During Round Of Severe Storms: Here's When, Where Tornado Touched Down In NY During Round Of Severe Storms: Here's When, Where
Tornado Touched Down In NY During Round Of Severe Storms: Here's When, Where A tornado touched down in New York State during a round of severe storms, the National Weather Service has announced following a survey of the damage. The tornado hit the village of West Winfield in southern Herkimer County late Saturday morning, June 22. It's about 60 miles east of Syracuse and 85 miles west of Albany. The twister began at 11:46 a.m. near the intersection of Meeting House Road and Marriot Road and moved east southeast, ending east of Route 51.  The tornado damaged a barn and destroyed a small shed.  It snapped and uprooted trees, and tw…
Record-High Temperatures Reached At DMV Airports, National Weather Service Reports Record-High Temperatures Reached At DMV Airports, National Weather Service Reports
Record-High Temperatures Reached At DMV Airports, National Weather Service Reports With temperatures pushing toward 100 degrees on Sunday afternoon, several airports in the DMV region have reported new highs, according to the National Weather Service. A Heat Advisory was issued on June 23 with heat index values up to 107 degrees expected in the region, according to forecasters, with "hot temperatures and high humidity (that) may cause heat illness to occur."  "Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check up on relatives and neighbors," forecasters said, "Young children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles und…
Out With A Bang: Isolated Tornadoes, Severe Storms Likely To End Heatwave In NJ, PA Out With A Bang: Isolated Tornadoes, Severe Storms Likely To End Heatwave In NJ, PA
Out With A Bang: Isolated Tornadoes, Severe Storms Likely To End Heatwave In NJ, PA We're going out with a bang. The final day of heat and humidity in New Jersey and Pennsylvania is expected to precede a brand-new round of strong to severe thunderstorms ahead of the arrival of a cold front, the National Weather Service says. Storm activity on Sunday, June 23, will last from around 2 p.m. until around 11 p.m., with the most severe storms expected starting in the late afternoon and continuing into the evening. According to a weather map from the NWS, marginal storms are likely along the Jersey Shore with severe scattered storms possible across most of New Jersey a…
Abnormally Hot July Ahead For Northeast, Forecasters Say Abnormally Hot July Ahead For Northeast, Forecasters Say
Abnormally Hot July Ahead For Northeast, Forecasters Say Forecasters say July 2024 will be an unforgettable one — but not exactly for the right reasons. The monthly temperature outlook for July was released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center. A weather map shows next month is shaping up to be between 70 and 80 percent hotter than normal temps for the month of July both in the Northeast and the Midwest. This week could be a good indication of that, as temps have yet to spike and will challenge records, AccuWeather says. AccuWeather Friday, June 21 will be sunny with a …
Excessive Heat Watch Issued For Most Of DMV Region With Temperatures Approaching 100 Degrees Excessive Heat Watch Issued For Most Of DMV Region With Temperatures Approaching 100 Degrees
Excessive Heat Watch Issued For Most Of DMV Region With Temperatures Approaching 100 Degrees Forecasters are cautioning that oppressive heat may be headed to the DMV region with temperatures possibly approaching 100 degrees in the area. The National Weather Service announced that an Excessive Heat Watch has been issued for Saturday, June 20 with possible heat index values touching 105 to 110 degrees in certain parts of DC, Maryland, and Virginia. National Weather Service It will be in effect from noon through 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 22. Residents have been advised to:  Stay in air conditioning and out of the sun, if possible; Check on friends, family, neighbors, and…
First Named Storm Of 2024 Hurricane Season Forms: Meet Alberto First Named Storm Of 2024 Hurricane Season Forms: Meet Alberto
First Named Storm Of 2024 Hurricane Season Forms: Meet Alberto What could be one of the most active hurricane seasons ever now has its first named storm. Tropical Storm Alberto formed late Wednesday morning, June 19 as it moved across the western Gulf of Mexico. Heavy rain, coastal flooding, and gusty winds are forecast along the coasts of Texas and northeastern Mexico through Thursday, June 20. Tropical Storm Warnings have been issued in those areas. It could make landfall, probably in Mexico, Thursday night. Up to 12 inches of rainfall is possible in parts of northern Mexico. In late May, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forec…
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…