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Atlantic City No. 3 nationally in nuisance flood days

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Tuesday, July 29, 2014 05:10 pm

A new government reports proves what many Downbeach residents already know: the streets flood more often and it will only continue to get worse./NOAA A new government reports proves what many Downbeach residents already know: the streets flood more often and it will only continue to get worse./NOAA A new government reports proves what many Downbeach residents already know: the streets flood more often and it will only continue to get worse.

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Update: New tropical depression likely today... where is it headed?

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Tuesday, July 29, 2014 02:35 pm

A low-pressure system in the Atlantic Ocean is becoming better organized, according to the National Hurricane Center. Within hours, and it could turn into this year’s third tropical depression./NHC A low-pressure system in the Atlantic Ocean is becoming better organized, according to the National Hurricane Center. Within hours, and it could turn into this year’s third tropical depression./NHC A low-pressure system in the Atlantic Ocean is becoming better organized, according to the National Hurricane Center. Within hours, and it could turn into this year’s third tropical depression. See where it is headed:

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National Hurricane Center eyeing development of tropical disturbance

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Monday, July 28, 2014 04:50 pm

Though a tropical disturbance doesn’t look too menacing now, but future weather models say East Coast interests may have to monitor its progress later during the weekend of July 31-Aug. 2./National Hurricane Center Though a tropical disturbance doesn’t look too menacing now, but future weather models say East Coast interests may have to monitor its progress later during the weekend of July 31-Aug. 2./National Hurricane Center Though a tropical disturbance doesn’t look like much now, future weather models say East Coast interests may have to monitor its progress later during the weekend of July 31-Aug. 2. Some models show the disturbance growing into a tropical depression, storm and developing into a Category 1 hurricane by next week. Here is the latest:

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South Jersey gets refreshing temperature relief for a few days at least

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Monday, July 28, 2014 11:53 am

For the second time in a few weeks, a vigorous cold front is falling through the Middle Atlantic States to usher in another round of cool Canadian air deep into the Lower 48./Weatherbell Analytics, Weatherbell.com For the second time in a few weeks, a vigorous cold front is falling through the Middle Atlantic States to usher in another round of cool Canadian air deep into the Lower 48./Weatherbell Analytics, Weatherbell.com For the second time in a few weeks, a vigorous cold front is falling through the Middle Atlantic States to usher in another round of cool Canadian air deep into the Lower 48.

By the time the front reaches the coast tomorrow morning, high temperatures will drop into the 60s across the United States-Canadian border, the 70s in most of Pennsylvania and the lower-80s in South Jersey.

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NASA says solar storm nearly sent Earth back to the Dark Ages…again

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Friday, July 25, 2014 02:42 pm

NASA admitted the Earth sidestepped the effects of a massive solar flare in 2012, barely missing instant catastrophe and chaos when the flare would have wiped out the planets electrical grids./NASA NASA admitted the Earth sidestepped the effects of a massive solar flare in 2012, barely missing instant catastrophe and chaos when the flare would have wiped out the planets electrical grids./NASA NASA admitted the Earth sidestepped the effects of a massive solar flare in 2012, barely missing the instant catastrophe and chaos that would have occured when the resulting solar storm wiped out electrical grids. Within hours, 7 billion people would have been plunged into darkness. Computers would have stopped working. Toilets would have stopped flushing. Air conditioning units would have stopped cooling.

We were lucky. But the trouble is, the Earth stung by an equally powerful solar storm in 1859.

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Survey finds New Jersey is inexpensive to live in when it comes to energy

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Tuesday, July 22, 2014 03:47 pm

Contrary to public opinion, a website has found it is actually cheaper to live in New Jersey than most of the other 50 states. Click on read more to find out why. Contrary to public opinion, a website has found it is actually cheaper to live in New Jersey than most of the other 50 states. Click on read more to find out why. Contrary to public opinion, a webite has found it is actually cheaper to live in New Jersey than most of the other 50 states. Click on read more to find out why:

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Short-lived Wednesday warm-up proves summer isn’t over

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Tuesday, July 22, 2014 12:39 pm

A one-day, Wednesday warm-up is about to remind those chilled by last weekend’s cool temperatures that the summer of 2014 is far from over, according to the National Weather Service./NWS A one-day, Wednesday warm-up is about to remind those chilled by last weekend’s cool temperatures that the summer of 2014 is far from over, according to the National Weather Service./NWS A one-day, Wednesday warm-up is about to remind those chilled by last weekend’s cool temperatures that the summer of 2014 is far from over, according to the National Weather Service.

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Tropical Depression No. 2 forms, but heads toward a rough and tumble neighborhood

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Tuesday, July 22, 2014 09:42 am

Though it looks healthy, hurricane forecasters say Tropical Depression No. 2 is walking into a backstreet full of meteorological thugs and bullies that could leave it fighting for its life./NHC Though it looks healthy, hurricane forecasters say Tropical Depression No. 2 is walking into a backstreet full of meteorological thugs and bullies that could leave it fighting for its life./NHC Though it looks healthy, hurricane forecasters say Tropical Depression No. 2 is walking into a backstreet full of meteorological thugs and bullies that could leave it fighting for its life.

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National Hurricane Center monitoring Atlantic Ocean storm for development

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Monday, July 21, 2014 12:56 pm

Officials at the National Hurricane Center say they are watching an organizing area of thunderstorms that could turn into the second tropical storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season./NHC Officials at the National Hurricane Center say they are watching an organizing area of thunderstorms that could turn into the second tropical storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season./NHC Officials at the National Hurricane Center say they are watching an organizing area of thunderstorms that could turn into the second tropical storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season.

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South Jersey mid-summer temperature, rain totals may surprise you

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Sunday, July 20, 2014 09:19 pm

 

Ask a South Jersey resident if the summer of 2014 has been hotter or wetter than normal and the answer you’re most likely to get will not surprise you. Cooler and dryer is the answer you’re most likely to get, right?/Northeast Regional Climate Center Ask a South Jersey resident if the summer of 2014 has been hotter or wetter than normal and the answer you’re most likely to get will not surprise you. Cooler and dryer is the answer you’re most likely to get, right?/Northeast Regional Climate Center

Ask a South Jersey resident if the summer of 2014 has been warmer or colder than normal and the answer you’re likely to get wont surprise you. Cooler is the answer you’re most likely to get, right?

 Unfortunately, it’s the wrong answer and here is why:

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