National Weather Service Update
On this #ThrowbackThursday, we take it back 1 year ago today. May 28, 2019 was day 1 of a 3 day outbreak of severe weather in our region. It was most notable for producing tornadoes in Morgantown, PA and Stanhope, NJ. This was all part of a very active 2019 severe weather season!
After a nice summer-like day, the remnants of Bertha and a cut-off upper level low will lead to a wetter second half of the week.
Check out this fog bow captured by one of our buoys off the coast of Sandy Hook! All you need is fog and angled sunlight and voila! 🌫️🌈 #PAwx #NJwx #MDwx #DEwx
11 AM temperature check. Low clouds continue to dissipate across much of the area. These will linger mostly along the coastal communities. Increasing sun is boosting temperatures already into the 70's for many locations. It will be a little humid as well. #njwx #dewx #pawx #mdwx
Watch for foggy conditions if driving this morning! Fog is expected to dissipate by mid-morning. A mostly cloudy but mostly dry and warm day is expected. Best chance of a shower will be late day on Delmarva, with chances increasing more tonight. #NJwx #PAwx #DEwx #MDwx