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DANGEROUS WIND CHILLS, 60MPH GUSTS SATURDAY NIGHT

This cold blast of weather could be dangerous Saturday night with strong winds that may produce power outages.  The National Weather Service is forecasting the potential for light snow accumulation and wind gusts of 60mph Saturday night as a coastal storm passes by our region.  Wind chill values are expected …

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY POSTED BY NWS

The National Weather Service has posted a Winter Weather Advisory for Cape May County through Tuesday morning at 6.  Our region is not expected to receive accumulating snow from a storm that will cripple New England.  However, freezing rain and sleet are a possibility towards the evening and overnight hours …

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MONDAY SNOW? PACK LUNCH KIDS, NOT GONNA HAPPEN

No dice for a winter storm on Monday.  The National Weather Service over the weekend has downplayed the chance of a snowstorm for Cape May County Sunday night into Monday.  The weather won’t be great, but it will be largely a rain and sleet event for our region.  The storm …

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY POSTED FOR CAPE MAY COUNTY

One to three inches of snow may fall in Cape May County Tuesday morning.  The National Weather Service has posted a Winter Weather Advisory for the potential of a light snowfall for the Jersey Shore on Tuesday morning into Tuesday afternoon.  The snow could begin after sunrise and continue through …

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COLD WEATHER RETURNS TO THE CAPE TODAY

Temperatures around the Garden State will tumble today, with temperatures on Monday night dipping into the mid 20’s and a chance of snow showers Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service says that frigid temperatures will be seen throughout New Jersey all week. Wednesday is expected to be the coldest day of …

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RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE MARK TIED ON MONDAY

On the first day of December, the thermometer reached 72 degrees, tying the record high temperature for Atlantic City set in 2001.  According to the National Weather Service, temperatures will remain slightly average for the first half of December in South Jersey, and then plunge through the 40’s, as arctic …

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