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Update: Snow, rain targets Christmas holiday week travelers

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Friday, December 19, 2014 12:56 pm

A double-barreled weather system promises to deliver Christmas Eve travel headaches to the nation’s heartland and eliminate any chance of a white Christmas for much of the Middle Atlantic States, according weather forecasters. A double-barreled weather system promises to deliver Christmas Eve travel headaches to the nation’s heartland and eliminate any chance of a white Christmas for much of the Middle Atlantic States, according weather forecasters. A double-barreled weather system promises to deliver Christmas Eve travel headaches to the nation’s heartland and eliminate any chance of a white Christmas for much of the Middle Atlantic States, according weather forecasters.

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Dreaming of a white Christmas? Well, dream on!

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Wednesday, December 17, 2014 04:39 pm

A mid-week change in long-range weather forecasts has would-be holiday travelers feeling thankful and romantic holiday dreamers feeling less than so-so. If you are looking for a white Christmas, you might have to look a little harder this year, weather forecasters say. A mid-week change in long-range weather forecasts has would-be holiday travelers feeling thankful and romantic holiday dreamers feeling less than so-so. If you are looking for a white Christmas, you might have to look a little harder this year, weather forecasters say. A mid-week change in long-range weather forecasts has would-be holiday travelers feeling thankful and romantic holiday dreamers feeling less than so-so.

And it all comes just as the Christmas Holiday is ready to burst upon us like presents wrapped a little too tightly.

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Nor’easter closes roads, dampens spirits

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Tuesday, December 09, 2014 12:32 pm

Pedal-deep floodwater, gusty winds and temperatures in the lower-40s could not stop this man from pedaling Tuesday morning along Shore Road in Absecon. With something less than a smile on his face, he swashed his way through 700 feet of floodwater that lasted from Reed Road to the railroad bridge./R.J. Liberatore Jr. Pedal-deep floodwater, gusty winds and temperatures in the lower-40s could not stop this man from pedaling Tuesday morning along Shore Road in Absecon. With something less than a smile on his face, he swashed his way through 700 feet of floodwater that lasted from Reed Road to the railroad bridge./R.J. Liberatore Jr. ABSECON - An early-winter season nor’easter dumped more than 2 inches of rain across South Jersey on Tuesday, Dec. 8, flooding inland roadways and coastal areas in Cape May and Atlantic counties.

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Meteorological winter begins with near-record South Jersey warmth

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Monday, December 01, 2014 03:08 pm

Could it be that the winter season is over even before it began now that the daily high temperature has soared to more than 70 degrees twice in the past seven days? Hardly. Remember the weatherman saying: “What happens in November, the winter remembers.” Here are the latest outlooks for the winter of 2014-15. Could it be that the winter season is over even before it began now that the daily high temperature has soared to more than 70 degrees twice in the past seven days? Hardly. Remember the weatherman saying: “What happens in November, the winter remembers.” Here are the latest outlooks for the winter of 2014-15. Could it be that the winter season is over even before it began now that the daily high temperature has soared to more than 70 degrees twice in the past seven days?

Hardly.

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32-degree temperature drop brings arctic chill all the way to the Jersey Shore

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Tuesday, November 18, 2014 10:09 am

An arctic air mass has hunkered down for a mid-week stay along the Jersey Shore after blitzing through South Jersey with a strong line of thunderstorms, heavy rain and gusty winds on Nov. 17. Even worse, record cold could be on the way before a chance of temperatures in the upper 60s An arctic air mass has hunkered down for a mid-week stay along the Jersey Shore after blitzing through South Jersey with a strong line of thunderstorms, heavy rain and gusty winds on Nov. 17. Even worse, record cold could be on the way before a chance of temperatures in the upper 60s An arctic air mass has hunkered down for a mid-week stay along the Jersey Shore after blitzing through South Jersey on Monday, Nov. 17 with a strong line of thunderstorms, heavy rain and gusty winds. 

Even worse, record cold could be on the way before a chance of temperatures  reaching the upper 60s early next week. Here is the latest:

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Did you get snow last night? Some New Jersey locations did

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Friday, November 14, 2014 10:22 am

While an Atlantic Ocean water temperature of 55 degrees kept any would-be flakes from forming east of Route 50, some South Jersey locations actually reported accumulating snow, according to a mid-morning report from the National Weather Service./Shore Weather Today While an Atlantic Ocean water temperature of 55 degrees kept any would-be flakes from forming east of Route 50, some South Jersey locations actually reported accumulating snow, according to a mid-morning report from the National Weather Service./Shore Weather Today While an Atlantic Ocean water temperature of 55 degrees kept any would-be flakes from collecting for most of the area east of Route 50, some South Jersey locations actually reported accumulating snow during the early morning hours of Nov. 14, according to a mid-morning report from the National Weather Service.

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Winter forecast: Hurricane Schwartz predicts brutal cold, snow

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Wednesday, November 12, 2014 01:05 pm

Brutal cold could be the prevailing factor again during this upcoming winter season, according to the 2014-15 winter forecast posted Nov. 12 by Philadelphia meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz. Brutal cold could be the prevailing factor again during this upcoming winter season, according to the 2014-15 winter forecast posted Nov. 12 by Philadelphia meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz. Brutal cold could be the prevailing factor again during this upcoming winter season, according to the 2014-15 winter forecast posted Nov. 12 by Philadelphia meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz.

“It looks like another extreme winter is in store on the high side for snow again,” Schwartz said in issuing his 2014-15 winter forecast.

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Winter of 2014-15 could contain 2 feet or more of snowfall

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Tuesday, November 11, 2014 03:40 pm

The winter of 2014-15 could contain around 2 feet of snowfall for Atlantic and Cape May county locations, according to a regional weather forecasting service that is predicting a cold and harsh winter season. The winter of 2014-15 could contain around 2 feet of snowfall for Atlantic and Cape May county locations, according to a regional weather forecasting service that is predicting a cold and harsh winter season. The winter of 2014-15 could contain around 2 feet of snowfall for Atlantic and Cape May county locations, according to a regional weather forecasting service that is predicting a cold and harsh winter weather season for South Jersey.

Remember the winter of 2009-10?

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South Jersey snow? Arctic chill could have the look, feel of winter

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Friday, November 07, 2014 01:08 pm

Forecasters now say the arctic chill that is forecast to invade South Jersey late next week could bring more than just day-long temperatures in the 30s.There could be snow to go along with the January-like cold, according to the European and National Weather Service long-range forecasts./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Forecasters now say the arctic chill that is forecast to invade South Jersey late next week could bring more than just day-long temperatures in the 30s.There could be snow to go along with the January-like cold, according to the European and National Weather Service long-range forecasts./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Forecasters now say the arctic chill that is forecast to invade South Jersey late next week could bring more than just day-long temperatures in the 30s.

There could be snow to go along with the January-like cold, according to the European and National Weather Service long-range forecasts.

Here is the latest:

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2014-15 Winter Weather Forecast: Snowmageddon, cold to return

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Tuesday, November 04, 2014 02:42 pm

Firsthand Weather CEO, weather forecaster and University of Oklahoma Meteorological student Mathew Holliday paints a dismal picture with his forecasting brush over the canvas that is his winter of 2014-15 prediction./Firsthand Weather Firsthand Weather CEO, weather forecaster and University of Oklahoma Meteorological student Mathew Holliday paints a dismal picture with his forecasting brush over the canvas that is his winter of 2014-15 prediction./Firsthand Weather Today, Shore Weather Today begins a look at the first of several winter weather forecasts. Over the next few weeks we’ll present each winter outlook for the 2014-15 season. We’ll review and reflect on the reasons why each forecaster feels the way they do.

Then later on we will keep track and see how each forecaster’s predictions faired. We’ll post why they were right, somewhat correct and even if they missed it altogether.

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