There’s no getting around it, Saturday will not be a beach day at the Jersey Shore. Remnants from former Hurricane Harvey are expected to move up the east coast and impact our area on Saturday with the potential for nearly an inch of rain. The rest of the weekend looks favorable, weather wise. ##
It’s not a beach day at the shore, but there are some coastal hazards courtesy of an offshore storm. The National Weather Service issued a High Surf Advisory and a high risk for rip currents along the beaches. Beach erosion is possible due to long ocean swells. ##
There could be a very active hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean this summer and fall. The National Oceanic Administration’s Climate Prediction Center announced this week that an “extremely” active hurricane season still looms and there is a 60 percent change of between 14 and 19 named storms this season. ##
There could be yet another round of localized street flooding late Monday afternoon into the evening. The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Cape May County, with the potential of one to two inches, perhaps as much as four inc...