04.07.14

GWC Time Lapse–April 5, 2014–Morning Clouds

Posted in GWC News, YouTube Videos, GWC Time Lapse at 8:07 pm by gmachos

Here is a 360 degree time lapse video of the cloudy skies clearing up some after the remainder of a storm that pushed through Thursday night and Friday moved out to start the first weekend of April 2014. Temperature got up to 60 degrees around Central Jersey on this day, but it felt much chillier thanks to gusty winds.

GWC Time Lapse–April 4, 2014–Cloudy Skies and Mist

Posted in GWC News, YouTube Videos, GWC Time Lapse at 8:02 pm by gmachos

Here is a 360 degree time lapse video of the cloudy skies and misty conditions at Greg’s Weather Center in South Plainfield on the first Friday in April 2014. The rainfall did get a bit steadier during the course of the day, but not as bad as it was on Thursday night.

GWC Slideshow–April 5, 2014–Sunset @ Keyport

Posted in GWC News, YouTube Videos, GWC Slideshows at 7:47 pm by gmachos

Here is a slideshow from photos taken of the sunset at Keyport Marina on the first Saturday in April 2014. On this day, skies were clear and sunny with the temperature topping out near 60 degrees, but windy conditions made it feel much cooler out.

04.03.14

GWC Slideshow–April 1, 2014–Early Spring Sunset

Posted in GWC News, YouTube Videos, GWC Slideshows at 6:30 pm by gmachos

Here is a slideshow from photos taken at South Amboy’s Waterfront Park and Keyport’s Marina of the sunset and twilight on Tuesday night. It was the first day where you felt that Spring might have finally sprung here in Central Jersey. Temperature reached a high of 60 degrees. It was a great way to start the month of April after a rough end to March.

03.30.14

GWC Storm Footage–March 30, 2014–Squally Weather

Posted in GWC News, Storm Footage, YouTube Videos at 9:06 pm by gmachos

Here is some footage of squally weather moving through portions of Northern Middlesex County on the last Sunday of March 2014. On this day, a powerful storm system, which had brought some heavy rains the day before, continued to bring torrential rainfall along with some gusty winds. Prior to the storm, there had been only 0.75 inches of rain for the entire month of March 2014. The storm more than tripled that with 1.68 inches of rain.

03.09.14

GWC Storm Footage—February 26, 2014–Clipped By Another Snowstorm

Posted in GWC News, Storm Footage, YouTube Videos at 11:05 pm by gmachos

Here is video footage of the last snowstorm that made some sort of impact on the Garden State in February 2014. The storm was projected to be a big one, but thankfully, it stayed to the south, and didn’t materialize to anything more than a dusting to a couple of inches around New Jersey.

02.21.14

GWC Storm Footage–February 21, 2014–Fog with a Rumble of Thunder

Posted in GWC News, Storm Footage, YouTube Videos at 10:18 pm by gmachos

Here is some video footage of the squall line coming through South Plainfield on the afternoon of the third Friday in February 2014. On this day, a cold front followed a warm front, and brought in gusty winds, heavy rain, a flash of lightning and a rumble of thunder. Prior to that, there were foggy conditions thanks to the warm front coming through, and raising temperatures into the mid 40s.

02.19.14

GWC Storm Footage–February 15, 2014–More Snow

Posted in GWC News, Storm Footage, YouTube Videos at 11:49 am by gmachos

Here is video footage of another snowstorm moving through Northern Middlesex County on the third Saturday of February 2014. On this day, another Alberta Clipper system moved in bringing with it another 2 to 4 inches of snow to towns such as South Plainfield and Edison. The snow added to the 10 or so inches of snow that fell two days before.

GWC Storm Footage–February 13, 2014–Winter Storm

Posted in GWC News, Storm Footage, YouTube Videos at 11:48 am by gmachos

Here is storm footage of a recent winter storm that affected South Plainfield. This snowstorm was perhaps the biggest of the year with at least 10 inches of snow here in South Plainfield. Winds were also gusting up to 40 miles per hour. The barometric pressure dropped from 30.49 inches on Wednesday to 29.03 inches on Thursday night. The barometric pressure bottomed out at an equivalent of a Category One Hurricane. Snowfall rates were up to 4 inches per hour at times, and there was even some thunder and lightning.

GWC Time Lapse–February 13, 2014–Winter Storm

Posted in GWC News, YouTube Videos, GWC Time Lapse at 11:35 am by gmachos

Here is a time lapse video of a recent winter storm that affected South Plainfield. This snowstorm was perhaps the biggest of the year with at least 10 inches of snow here in South Plainfield. Winds were also gusting up to 40 miles per hour. The barometric pressure dropped from 30.49 inches on Wednesday to 29.03 inches on Thursday night. The barometric pressure bottomed out at an equivalent of a Category One Hurricane. Snowfall rates were up to 4 inches per hour at times, and there was even some thunder and lightning.

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