Here is a time lapse video of weather conditions over Lake Hopatcong on the border of Sussex and Morris County in mid-May 2013. You couldn’t have asked for a better day weather wise at the largest freshwater lake in New Jersey. Plenty of sun, warm, but comfortable temperatures, slight breeze, and lots of blue sky with periodic cirrus clouds drifting overhead.
Here is a time lapse video of weather conditions in the late afternoon at Columbus Park in Piscataway. Weather was quite tranquil and very pleasant. Sunny skies. Did see a vast cumulus cloud off to the northwest of the park.
Here is a time lapse video of weather conditions in the late morning and early afternoon at Roosevelt Park in Edison. Weather was quite tranquil and very pleasant. Sunny skies. Temperatures climbed to above 80 degrees for only the second time this year. Lots of blue sky with some thin and wispy cirrus clouds.
Here is a time lapse video of weather conditions in the late afternoon at Washington Rock in Green Brook. There were changing skies after a brief shower moved through earlier in the day. A good deal of cirrus and cirrocumulus clouds along with some small cumulus clouds.
Here is a time lapse video of weather conditions near sunset in South Plainfield. It was mostly overcast on this mid-April day in South Plainfield. Clouds dominated the day with very little in the way of sun. The lack of sunlight also made temperatures cooler and a bit below normal for this time of year.
Here is a time lapse video of weather conditions in Keyport, New Jersey during the late afternoon in the middle of April 2013. You couldn’t ask for better weather conditions with sunny skies with only some high clouds. Temperatures were mild.
Here is time lapse video of weather conditions at Waterfront Park in South Amboy in mid-April 2013. It was a very pleasant day along Raritan Bay in Middlesex County. Clear and sunny skies along with mild temperatures.
Here is storm footage from the effects of Winter Storm Saturn over a period of three days during the first week of March 2013. The storm was the second most potent storm, and longest lasting of the Winter of 2012-13 here in the Garden State. The storm was called Saturn by the Weather Channel, and it brought a combination of wind and snow that affected a large swath of the Eastern United States.
Here is storm footage from the impact of the Blizzard of 2013 here in New Jersey. The storm brought historic snowfall amounts to New England, Long Island, and Connecticut, but only brought a modest 8 inches of snow to Northwestern Middlesex County. However, it was the highest snowfall of the year for the region.
Here is some storm footage of a late afternoon snow squall in Northwestern Middlesex County to start the month of February. I happened to capture this footage just as I was heading out to a basketball game. There was probably just a coating to an inch of snow that fell from this squall.