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Note: Scroll down to read the latest on what's happening in the tropics. Last weekend was the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Irene coming up the Eastern Seaboard. Read the article about the storm as well as Greg Machos' look back on the storm in the blog.
The threat from Post-Tropical Cyclone Hermine diminished for New Jersey on Monday as the storm continued to move further east than expected during the early morning hours. Since then, the storm has finally begun to loop around to the west brining some cloudiness and some gusty winds along with heavy surf. Numerous beaches along the Jersey Shore remained closed. Hurricaneville also continues to watch Invest 92L in the Eastern Caribbean along with a new disturbance in the Eastern Atlantic.
- Threat from Hermine Diminishes for New Jersey
- Invest 92L Remains Disorganized
- Tracking the Tropics–September 5, 2016
- Temperatures to Heat Up Again This Week
- Looking Back on Hurricane Irene Five Years Ago
- GWC Storm Footage–August 28, 2011–Flooding From Hurricane Irene
- GWC Storm Footage–August 27, 2011–Hurricane Irene Approaches Jersey
- Updated: Hurricaneville's Historic Storms
- Hurricaneville Almanac--Updated with storms from 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016
- Atlantic Storm Names (2016-2021)
- Eastern Pacific Storm Names (2016-2021)
- This Date in Hurricaneville History
- Past Storms in the Current Location of Hermine
- Longest Lasting Atlantic Storms
- Hurricaneville City Database
- Revised Saffir-Simpson Scale
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Prospects continued to improve for New Jersey including the Jersey Shore on Monday as Hermine continued to move further to the east than expected. Late Sunday night, the Tropical Storm Warning that was in effect for the coastal counties in New Jersey was discontinued, but a Coastal Flood Warning remained in effect.
There are still breezy conditions across the Garden State including inland sections. The combination of the westward jaunt by Hermine and high pressure to the west is bringing more breezy conditions as far west as Greg's Weather Center in South Plainfield. Winds at GWC are presently around 15 miles per hour while the pressure has dropped from 30.21 inches earlier today to 29.99 inches of Hg now.
Hermine is expected to remain several hundred miles off the Jersey coast over the next couple of days before finally moving out and weakening later in the week. See the most recent article on Hermine in the blog. Hermine will be replaced by another heatwave as temperatures are forecast to get into the lower 90s on Thursday, Friday and Saturday before a strong front comes through Saturday night. See details in the blog.
We continue to watch Invest 92L, which moved into the Eastern Caribbean over the last 24 hours. The tropical wave is producing tropical storm force winds, but shower and thunderstorm activity remains disorganized and environmental conditions are unfavorable for development. See details in the blog.
A new tropical wave has emerged off the West Coast of Africa several hundred miles to the West-Southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands. Low pressure is expected to form with it later in the week, and development is possible towards the end of the week as it moves into the Central Atlantic. See details in the latest installment of Tracking the Tropics.
View the latest advisories on Hermine in the Atlantic as well as the latest Atlantic and Pacific outlooks from the NHC. All NHC products for Hermine can be seen via this link.
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