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Updated: 10:45am on 10/29/12

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Currently:
58.0

Clear
rain mist

High: 58.0 
(10:40am) 
Low: 53.5 
(4:29am)
Wind: 7 mph from the E
Gust: 8 mph
Today's High Wind: 14 mph (4:20am)
Humidity: 100%
Pressure: 28.91 in  (Falling) 
Pressure Rate: -0.078 in/hr
Dew Point: 58.0
Wind Chill: 56.8
Heat Index (feels like): 65.2
Comfort Level: Cool
Temperature Rate:  1.06/hr
 
5 Day Forecast
 
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Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
Rain Rain Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy
59 57 59 59 57
54 45 41 46 45

Records and Normals
 
Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 59 63 80
(1984)
Low 54 42 26
(1985)
 
Weather Advisories
Warning Date: 6:15 am EDT on October 29, 2012
Warning Description: High Wind Warning
Full Advisory Text...
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Almanac
 
Sunrise:  
7:24am
Moonrise: 
5:50pm

Moon Phase:
99%

Sunset: 
6:00pm
Moonset:  
7:11am
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Rainfall Totals
Hourly Rain 0.12 in
Daily Rain: 1.10 in
Monthly Rain: 3.39 in
Yearly Rain: 61.77 in
Normal Rain, month to date: 2.86 in
Normal Rain, year to date: 34.88 in

Tide at Graveling Point, Great Bay, New Jersey

The + near the left of the chart marks the current tide

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KNJTUCKE6 Atlantis - Tuckerton Amateur Radio Station WX4AR

10/29 10:46:32

55.6

55.0

99

7

ENE

13

28.97

0.26

KNJMYSTI1 Mystic Island Nat'l Wildlife Refuge

10/29 10:45:09

58.0

58.0

100

4

North

8

28.91

0.12

KNJTUCKE7 Tuckerton Tuckerton Beach

10/29 10:47:06

57.0

54.0

91

35

NE

45

28.96

0.35

KNJNEWGR2 New Gretna meso_neigh4

10/29 10:45:59

56.3

56.0

98

4

NNE

12

29.09

0.20

MSTFN4 West Creek HADS WESTECUNK CREEK AT STAFFORD FORG NJ US USGS

10/29 09:00:00

54.0

0.0

0

0

North

0

0.00

0.00

MKQ40 West Creek NJWxNet WEST CREEK - NJ SAFETYNET

10/29 09:52:00

55.0

55.0

100

14

NNE

40

0.00

0.00

MJCRN4 Tuckerton NERRS NERRS METEOROLOGICAL SITE AT NACOTE CR

10/29 09:30:00

51.0

50.0

96

13

SW

0

0.00

0.16

KNJLONGB3 Long Beach Township Holgate

10/29 10:45:49

56.5

56.0

99

25

NNE

37

28.95

0.00

KNJNORTH6 No. Beach Haven LBIWeather.com

10/29 10:47:08

59.8

60.0

100

20

NNE

41

28.87

0.28

KNJBARNE2 Warren Grove Pine Barrens Weather In

10/29 08:20:43

53.8

52.0

95

15

NNE

17

28.88

0.37

KNJMANAH6 Manahawkin Beach Haven West

10/29 10:47:09

56.4

55.0

96

11

North

31

28.93

0.21

KNJSMITH1 Galloway Tom's Smithville WX

10/29 10:42:09

54.9

54.0

95

4

East

4

28.84

0.21

MKQ56 Chatsworth NJWxNet OSWEGO LAKE - NJ NJ-MESONET

10/29 10:00:00

53.0

51.0

91

14

NNE

30

29.09

0.00

KNJBEACH8 Beach Haven West Manahawkin Bay

10/29 10:39:00

57.1

56.0

95

12

NNE

0

28.98

0.00

MOCVN4 Oceanville RAWS EB FORSYTHE NJ US

10/29 09:25:00

54.0

53.0

96

14

North

31

0.00

0.23

KNJSTAFF2 Stafford Township Beachview Area Stafford Twsp.

10/29 10:47:09

55.7

54.0

95

3

North

24

28.26

0.20

KNJMANAH4 Manahawkin Ocean Acres

10/29 10:47:18

56.6

57.0

100

32

NNW

32

28.85

0.26

KNJSHIPB2 Ship Bottom Beach Arlington

10/29 10:47:18

57.2

56.0

96

14

North

34

28.95

0.19

KNJGALLO2 Galloway Galloway Twp Police Dept

10/29 10:47:18

54.5

54.0

97

11

NNE

18

28.93

0.22

MCTWN4 Chatsworth RAWS COYLE FIELD NJ US

10/29 10:10:00

53.0

52.0

98

14

NE

43

29.07

0.14

KNJBRIGA3 Brigantine 8th St. S. & The Beach

10/29 10:47:18

55.9

56.0

100

18

ENE

36

28.93

0.17

MKQ11 Barnegat Light NJWxNet HARVEY CEDARS - NJ SAFETYNET

10/29 09:53:00

56.0

0.0

0

13

North

45

0.00

0.00

KNJBRIGA4 Brigantine Brigantine Aquatic Center

10/29 07:36:14

0.0

0.0

0

0

North

0

29.15

0.00

KNJHARVE2 Harvey Cedars LBI North End

10/29 10:45:32

57.4

57.0

99

23

NNE

43

28.94

0.02

MKQ04 Pleasantville NJWxNet EGG HARBOR - NJ NJ-MESONET

10/29 10:00:00

54.0

53.0

97

11

NE

31

0.00

0.00

KNJLOVEL2 Loveladies Loveladies

10/29 10:47:02

55.6

50.0

82

26

NNE

42

28.98

0.13

MUSFS3 Chatsworth NJWxNet CEDAR BRIDGE - NJ USFS

10/29 10:00:00

52.0

50.0

93

13

NE

27

0.00

0.00

MKQ25 Atlantic City NJWxNet ATLANTIC CITY MARINA - NJ SAFETYNET

10/29 09:52:00

54.0

0.0

0

33

NE

38

29.02

0.00

KNJMAYSL2 Mays Landing Laureldale

10/29 10:47:04

54.0

51.0

90

5

NW

6

28.98

0.17

KNJWARET2 Waretown Oyster Creek

10/29 10:46:50

56.2

55.0

97

23

NE

35

28.99

0.00

MACYN4 Atlantic City NOS_NWLON Atlantic City, NJ NWLON

10/29 10:18:00

56.0

0.0

0

0

North

0

28.93

0.00

MKQ24 Elwood NJWxNet MULLICA TWP. - NJ SAFETYNET

10/29 09:52:00

52.0

0.0

0

19

North

38

0.00

0.00

KACY Atlantic City Official Station

10/29 10:14:00

54.0

52.0

94

23

North

---

29.02

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KNEL Lakehurst NAS Official Station

10/29 10:00:00

55.0

53.0

93

15

NE

---

29.11

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KWRI McGuire AFB Official Station

10/29 10:32:00

54.0

52.0

94

29

North

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29.08

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Full Advisory Text
Warning Description: Areal Flood Warning, Coastal Flood Warning

Warning Date: 7:35 am EDT on October 29, 2012

WarningSum:


Warning Message:The National Weather Service in Mount Holly NJ has issued a
* Flood Warning for...
  Camden County in southern New Jersey...
  Gloucester County in southern New Jersey...
  Burlington County in southern New Jersey...
  Ocean County in southern New Jersey...
* until 730 PM EDT Monday
* at 730 am EDT...moderate to heavy rain was continuing to move into
  southern New Jersey. Some locations in the counties of Gloucester,
  Camden, Burlington and ocean counties have already received an inch
  or two of rainfall. Moderate to heavy rain will continue through
  the day and into tonight with totals of 5 to 10 inches possible by
  the end of the day on Tuesday. As a result, this warning will
  likely need to be extended.
* Flooding is expected along streams and creeks and in areas of poor
  drainage. Roadway flooding is also anticipated. Do not drive
  through flood waters, the water may be deeper than you think it
  is. If you live in a flood prone area, be prepared to move to
  higher ground.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
Excessive runoff from heavy rainfall will cause flooding of small
creeks and streams...highways and underpasses. Additionally...country
roads and farmlands along the banks of creeks...streams and other low
lying areas are subject to flooding.
Lat...Lon 3977 7409 3950 7429 3962 7463 3973 7473
      3951 7499 3978 7544 3985 7533 3988 7515
      3997 7512 4018 7471 4014 7459 4008 7455
      4017 7440 4017 7427 4011 7423 4010 7415
      4013 7411 4009 7407 4010 7403
Iovino
502 am EDT Mon Oct 29 2012
...Coastal Flood Warning remains in effect until midnight EDT
tonight...
* location...the Atlantic coast of New Jersey and Delaware...
  adjacent back bays...Raritan Bay and Delaware Bay.
* Coastal flooding...major to spotty record coastal flooding is
  forecast for this morning's high tide...and major to record
  coastal flooding is forecast for this evening's high tide. Along
  the coast and adjacent back bays...flooding may not completely
  recede in some locations between the two high tides.
  
* At Sandy Hook...New Jersey (sandy hook bay)...this morning's
  high tide occurs at 801 am...with a forecast tide level of 9.5
  to 10 feet above mean lower low water. This evening's high tide
  occurs at 822 PM...with a forecast tide level of between 11.5
  and 13.0 feet above mean lower low water. The latter forecast is
  a forecast of record tidal flooding. The forecasts assume that
  the path of Sandy will cross the New Jersey coast this evening.
* At Seaside Heights...New Jersey (oceanfront)...this morning's
  high tide occurs at 731 am...with a forecast tide level of
  around 9.0 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday evening
  high tide occurs at 752 PM...with a forecast tide level of
  between 10.0 and 10.5 feet above mean lower low water. The
  forecasts assume that the path of Sandy will cross the New
  Jersey coast this evening.
* At Atlantic City...New Jersey (oceanfront)...this morning's
  high tide occurs at 741 am...with a forecast tide level of 8.5
  to 9.0 feet above mean lower low water. This evening's high tide
  occurs at 800 PM...with a forecast tide level of around 9.5 feet
  above mean lower low water. The latter forecast is a forecast
  for record tidal flooding. The forecasts assume that the path of
  Sandy will cross the New Jersey coast this evening.
* At Cape May...New Jersey (oceanfront)...this morning's high
  tide occurs at 815 am...with a forecast tide level of around 9.5
  feet above mean lower low water. This evening's high tide occurs
  at 834 PM...with a forecast tide level of 9.5 to 10.0 feet above
  mean lower low water. The forecasts assume that the path of
  Sandy will cross the New Jersey coast this evening.
* At Breakwater Harbor...Delaware (delaware bay)...this morning's
  high tide occurs at 855 am...with a forecast tide level of 9.0
  to 9.5 feet above mean lower low water. This forecast is a
  forecast of record or near record flooding. This evening's high
  tide occurs at 915 PM...with a forecast tide level of around 9.5
  feet above mean lower low water. This forecast is a forecast of
  record flooding. The forecasts assume that the path of Sandy
  will cross the New Jersey coast this evening.
* At Rehoboth Beach...Delaware (oceanfront)...this morning's high
  tide occurs at 755 am...with a forecast tide level of around 9.0
  feet above mean lower low water. This evening's high tide occurs
  at 811 PM...with a forecast tide level of 9.0 to 9.5 feet above
  mean lower low water. The forecasts assume that the path of
  Sandy will cross the New Jersey coast this evening.
* High tide on the back bays...along Delaware Bay and along
  Raritan Bay occurs later than the high tide on the oceanfront.
* Impacts...numerous roads will flood and need to be closed.
  Moderate to major property damage is likely with the possibility
  of severe damage along the coast. The Tides and wave action will
  result in major beach erosion along the coast.
* High surf driven by frequent gusts up to hurricane force will
  contribute to the flooding along the coast.
* Rainfall...4 to 10 inches of rainfall is forecast during the
  period. Heavy rainfall near time of high tide will not drain and
  will exacerbate tidal flooding.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A coastal Flood Warning indicates that moderate to record tidal
flooding is either imminent or occurring. Be prepared for rising
water levels and take appropriate action to protect life and
property. Follow the recommendations of local emergency management
officials.
Do not drive your vehicle through flood waters. The water may be
deeper than you think. You will be putting yourself in danger and
your vehicle may be damaged...leading to costly repairs.
For a list of the impact of different tide heights in your
County...please go to www.Weather.Gov/phi/tides.Htm (all in lower
case).
Warning Description: Areal Flood Watch

Warning Date: 5:10 am EDT on October 29, 2012

WarningSum:...Flood Watch Remains In Effect Through Tuesday Afternoon...

Warning Message:The Flood Watch continues for
* portions of Delaware...northeast Maryland...New Jersey and 
  Pennsylvania...including the following areas...in Delaware... 
  Delaware beaches...inland Sussex...Kent and New Castle. In 
  northeast Maryland...Caroline...Cecil...Kent MD...Queen Annes 
  and Talbot. In New Jersey...Atlantic...Atlantic coastal Cape 
  May...Camden...Cape May...coastal Atlantic...coastal ocean... 
  Cumberland...eastern Monmouth...Gloucester...Hunterdon... 
  Mercer...Middlesex...Morris...northwestern Burlington... 
  ocean...Salem...Somerset...southeastern Burlington...Sussex... 
  Warren and western Monmouth. In Pennsylvania...Berks...Bucks...
   Carbon...Chester...Delaware...Lehigh...Monroe...Montgomery... 
  Northampton and Philadelphia. 
* Through Tuesday afternoon
* four to 10 inches of rain is forecast across most of the region
  by daybreak Tuesday with the highest amounts from the
  Philadelphia metropolitan area on southward. Rainfall over the
  Poconos into far northwest New Jersey will begin in earnest
  later today and totals by tomorrow morning should range between
  2 and 4 inches.
* This is an extremely dangerous situation for the Philadelphia...
  Wilmington metropolitan areas as well as Maryland's Eastern Shore
  and the remainder of Delaware. 
* Bands of squally downpours will produce hourly rainfall rates
  near 1 inch for several hours...forcing very fast rises of small
  streams...as well as widespread urban and poor drainage street
  flooding. Basement flooding is also possible. Leaves will tend
  to get washed into storm drains, which will locally enhance the
  flooding. Plan on some Road closures and probable delays
  reaching your destination.
* Some of the larger main Stem river flooding may be delayed until
  Tuesday or beyond...however this depends on where the heaviest
  rain actually occurs.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.
You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop... including
following detours and living comfortably with substantial travel
inconvenience due to flooded roadways.
Warning Description: High Wind Warning

Warning Date: 6:15 am EDT on October 29, 2012

WarningSum:...High Wind Warning Remains In Effect Until 9 Am Edt Tuesday...

Warning Message:* winds...northeast increasing 40 to 55 mph by 2 PM with gusts of
  65 to 75 mph inland but 75 to 85 mph along the coasts late this
  afternoon until Sandy passes this evening. Then a brief period
  of similarly damaging southerly winds is expected early tonight
  as Sandy heads west past Philadelphia.
* This is an extremely dangerous situation!
* Timing...strongest winds are expected this afternoon and early
  tonight. Thereafter...wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph early Tuesday
  morning could still uproot a few trees but by then the primary
  damage will have occurred.
* Impacts...a prolonged period of high winds will increase the
  potential for structural damage... downed trees and widespread
  power outages... especially from about the Interstate 95
  corridor eastward to the coast. The combination of the wind...
  increasingly rain softened ground... and many trees still with
  leaves... will result in widespread power outages today and
  tonight. Many trees could be completely uprooted. Power outages
  are expected to be of long duration.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A High Wind Warning means a hazardous high wind event is expected
or occurring. Sustained wind speeds of at least 40 mph or gusts
of 58 mph or more can lead to property damage.
        

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