Here is video of the rebuilt waterfront in South Amboy, which was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy in late October 2012. Rebuilding efforts really went into overdrive during the fall and winter months, and South Amboy’s beachfront looks as good as new with some improvements to the sea wall and berms added to protect homes there.
Here is weather footage of heavy surf getting stirred up along the Jersey Shore courtesy of Hurricane Cristobal on the final Wednesday of August 2014. Cristobal, the third named storm and hurricane of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season, has only been a Category One Hurricane to date with peak winds of 80 mph, but it churned up the surf with wave heights ranging between 3 to 6 feet above normal. The storm stayed away from the U.S. East Coast while staying west of Bermuda. It did dump a good deal of rain on the Turks and Caicos islands and the Southeastern Bahamas earlier in the week.
Here is an installment of Tracking The Tropics for Wednesday, June 27, 2012. Discussion includes tropical climatology for the month of June, latest news on Tropical Depression Debby, a disturbance in the Central Atlantic, what’s going on in the Eastern Pacific, and total number of storms to date in both Atlantic and EPAC.
This is the Hurricaneville Video Report for the morning of June 27, 2012. This installment of the HVR discusses the impact of what was Tropical Storm Debby on Northern Florida, and a possible new threat in the Tropical Atlantic.