The Inside Trophee tide gauge, near Albany and Winchester Avenues, reported a maximum tide height of 7.24 feet above the average low tide, the average of the two low tide heights for the day. It will subside and no more flooding will occur during the day.
9:35 am Storm surges were affecting the interior on Friday morning.
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- South Shore Road – between Route 40 and California Avenue
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Jim Eberwine, Absecon’s emergency management coordinator, said the town had 18 inches of water at the corner of Illinois Avenue and Shore Road.
My weather dad Jim Everwine said there was 1.5 feet of water at the deep end of Absecon’s Illinois Avenue and Shore Road.
A truck passed and was on the top of the rim.
The tide is still rising in places. https://t.co/rNqCQTxyFm pic.twitter.com/8xTcZnFni5
— Joe Martucci (@ACPressMartucci) December 23, 2022
9:14 am A brief snowfall that could reduce visibility to less than a quarter mile, followed by momentary freezing in places, will result in a Winter Weather Advisory being issued for all of Southern Jersey Friday from 11am-6pm it was done.
Between 10am and 1pm, rain turns to snow in many places as temperatures drop from west to east. Snow doesn’t stick to the road, but the falling snow and the very gusty winds that come with it can make driving dangerous. On cold, grassy surfaces, he can get up to half an inch of snow.
A cold front comes straight from the North Pole and will bring us the coldest Christmas since at least 2000, but there are exceptions here.
In addition, wet areas quickly freeze when the rain or snow stops. By 12:00 p.m., the west side of the Garden State Parkway will be below freezing, and by 2:00 p.m., the Ocean County coastline will be below 32 degrees.
8:59 am A moderate flood stage hit most of the Jersey Shore Friday morning as strong easterly and southerly winds pushed water into the bay and spilled over land such as Dock Road in Eagleswood, Ocean County. It is the only way into and out of the West Creek section of the .
8:51 am On Friday morning, storm surges made both the Dorset Avenue Bridge in Ventner and Wellington Avenue impassable.
City officials have asked drivers to use Atlantic Avenue for the day, as most streets were reportedly flooded early Friday morning.
Authorities also warned drivers to exercise caution when driving in flooded areas if necessary. Drivers should limit speed in flooded areas to reduce wake from vehicles. This is because it can exacerbate flood damage to homes and businesses.
Officials said normal traffic flow should resume when the weather improves and the tide recedes..
Rapid freeze threatens Friday as major New Jersey storm continues
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For me, the orders are power outages, momentary freezing, coastal flooding, flooding from additional rainfall, and wind damage as well as snow effects.
Really, wind and flash freeze are separate groups for everyone to experience. Then comes coastal flooding for people on the coast. Additional rainfall methods of flooding are less common.
Snow can always be dangerous to drive, but this will be a celebratory way to end the precipitation rather than cause a problem.
Pay particular attention to roads. If you’re near the bay on Friday morning, be aware of road closures. Flash freezes, high winds, and coastal flooding combine to make driving more dangerous than usual.
If departing from a local airport, please check with your airline about flight delays. Here in the Midwest and New England, weather conditions can cause at least a few delays.
It’s a good idea to keep deicer handy. When the rain stops, the rock salt or salt water keeps the driveway and sidewalk moist without freezing.
Finally, if you’re going out for a while any time between Friday afternoon and Monday, wear all the winter gear you have. The last time he was below freezing 3 or 4 days in a row was in 2018 (Friday afternoon to Monday in this case).
friday morning forecast
Rain and high winds will return while coastal flooding and snow are forecast.
When the sun comes up it gets pretty dry and mild. If you’re inland, this is the time to get around.
Along or near the bay it’s a different story. Coastal floods occur in the morning. It peaks on the ocean side at high tide around 7am and then on the back bay about 2-3 hours later.
The National Weather Service has issued a coastal flood advisory, highlighting the threat of nuisance flooding.
It teeters between minor and moderate flood stages. That is, the small flood stage is a typical flood that occurs dozens of times a year. On the other hand, during the moderate flood stage, roads are closed, bringing water to unraised homes and businesses. Flooded blocks on the road are expected.
However, the impact varies from town to town. Several people have contacted me about storm surge forecasts. There is a lot of local knowledge about the tide gauge closest to you and how that tide responds to flooding.
Rain and winds will pick up between 8am and 10am, associated with a strong Arctic cold front. When it starts to rain, the temperature will be around 50 degrees.
However, when the wind changes from south to northwest, it quickly drops to 40 and 30 degrees. Precipitation is dwindling while damaging winds and power outages threaten. Given the large amount of energy that cold fronts carry, the possibility of thunderstorms cannot be ruled out.
Precipitation does not last long and ends at noon as it moves away from the coast. However, due to the rapid temperature drop, snow can fall for up to 90 minutes from early morning until noon.
This snow probably won’t stick to the road. The cold, grassy surface is all you’ll see in what will be the first snowfall of the year for many.
friday afternoon forecast
By 1pm, rain or snow rolls off the coast. After that, the sun comes out pretty quickly. No more harmful wind threats, but gusts and stings remain.
I’m most worried about the cold and sudden freezing. By 1pm, he’s in his twenties at places like Vineland and Hammonton. In Atlantic City and the coast, it’s declining rapidly by what should be in the mid-30s. .
If you live inland, this will be the most dangerous aspect of storms. As the holiday weekend begins, car accidents and slow travel are likely.
But it could be worse. High winds (gusts of 35 to 45 mph) act like dryers, removing some of the standing water. In short, it will be a race between steep temperatures and dry winds to see how bad the freeze will be.
By sundown, temperatures will be in the 20s and winds will be in the single digits. Dirt roads remain icy until late at night.
South Jersey could ‘quick freeze’ on Friday.Here’s what this means
Atlantic City Senator Frank S. Farley State Marina will have the coldest Christmas Eve and Christmas Day since 1983, and Atlantic City International Airport will have the coldest since 2000.
The cold core associated with the polar vortex will pass Saturday morning. The lowest temperature in the morning is 10 to 15 degrees. It would be much colder if the gusts of wind didn’t mix in some of the “warm” air.
These winds will make Saturday’s kickoff feel like -5 to -5 degrees.
During the day, peaks are in the late to mid-twenties. With 15-20 miles per hour westerly winds, he never gets over 10 degrees when the wind blows.
Saturday night takes me back to my teens, maybe mid teens. Wind chill is in the single digits with a light breeze.
Sunday will be a little milder, with highs of 26 degrees inland and 27 degrees on the coast.
The wind will be a little weaker, so the wind chill should be 10 degrees instead of single digits.
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