Current Watches, Warnings and Advisories for Eastern Bergen (NJZ104) New Jersey Issued by the National Weather Service
NOTE Alert for Eastern Bergen; Eastern Essex; Eastern Passaic; Eastern Union; Hudson; Western Bergen; Western Essex; Western Passaic; Western Union (New Jersey) Issued by the National Weather Service
EVENT Flash Flood Watch
...Flooding Possible Late Tonight into Monday Morning... ...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT EDT TONIGHT THROUGH MONDAY MORNING... The National Weather Service in Upton has issued a * Flash Flood Watch for portions of northeast New Jersey and southeast New York, including the following areas, in northeast New Jersey, Eastern Bergen, Eastern Essex, Eastern Passaic, Eastern Union, Hudson, Western Bergen, Western Essex, Western Passaic, and Western Union. In southeast New York, Bronx, Kings (Brooklyn), New York (Manhattan), Northern Nassau, Northern Queens, Northwestern Suffolk, Orange, Richmond (Staten Island), Rockland, Southern Nassau, Southern Queens, Southern Westchester, and Southwestern Suffolk. * From midnight EDT tonight through Monday morning * An area of low pressure will develop along a frontal boundary to our south and pass just south and east of Long Island. Rainfall rates of 1 to 2 inches an hour are possible and may lead to flash flooding the New York City metro and surrounding areas. Flash flooding will also be possible for portions of the Lower Hudson Valley.
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation. You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should flash flood warnings be issued.
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Current Weather Conditions in the N.Y.C. Region
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The round icons display current temperatures (°F). These stations range from Lewes, Delaware to East Falmouth, Massachusetts. This map was created primarily to help track the rain / snow line ( the 32°F isotherm ) as northeasters move up along the coast. It is also possible to see the cooling effect of sea breezes on coastal sites during the summer. Additional weather data for each station can be accessed by left-clicking on the temperature icon. You can use the map panning controls at the upper left to re-center the map viewport. These data are updated every 15 minutes. If you want to view this weather info in tablular form, click on the MESO WEST TABLE button located in the right sidebar.
The Daily Weather Map
Weather Summary For JUNE 2017
A Warm And Dry Month --- Heat Wave From The 11th - 13th
Temperatures were 1.1°F above normal here in Bergenfield, New Jersey during the past June with
an average of 72.1°F ( 22.3°C ). A maximum of 98°F ( 36.7°C ) was reached
on the 13th. A minimum of 49°F ( 9.4°C ) on was noted on the 9th. An early season
heat wave with temperatures rising above 90°F blanketed the region from the 11th through the 13th.
June saw a total of 5 days with temperatures rising above 90°F. Maximum temperatures of 96°F on the
12th and 98°F on the 13th both set new daily records.
Precipitation was below the long-term mean at 2.84" ( 72.1mm ). This is 1.29" below average. Heavy rain fell overnight on the 24th, depositing 0.99" ( 25.1mm ). Our 12 month rainfall deficit now stands at 5.03". There are signs that we may be returning to a more normal precipitation regime.
Three new daily wind gust records were set... 35mph ( SSW on the 19th ), 28mph ( W on the 25th ) and 24mph ( SSW on the 29th ).
You can see a detailed monthly summary in the Data Archive tab under Monthly Summaries.