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Nine of the 13 warmest Augusts during that 124-year interval have occurred since 2001... There was: 1) an ongoing heatwave to begin the month; 2) dry conditions for the most part in the first half of the month; 3) some warm, exceedingly humid conditions with widespread, at times heavy, showers the second half of the month (courtesy of the subtropics); and 4) some “top 10” sunny dry days following several cold front passages (thank you Canada). This is 1.8° above the 1981–2010 average and ranks as the 13th warmest July in 124 years of records (2.6° above the full period of...
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Walpack (Sussex County), the traditional cold spot in NJ on calm clear nights, was the coldest spot at 24°.
Atlantic City Marina (Atlantic) and Lower Alloways Creek, along the Delaware Bay coast in Salem County, were mildest, with lows of 46°. One of the more interesting cold readings was the 32° minimum at Jersey City (Hudson).
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For the fourth consecutive year, summer weather stubbornly hung on well into September across the Garden State.
The statewide average temperature of 70.4° was 4.6° above the 1981–2010 mean, and ranks as the third warmest since records commenced in 1895.
The summer of 2018 concluded on a warm, wet note across the majority of what was a persistently green Garden State throughout the season.The NJ Weather and Climate Network partners with the NJ Division of the US Forest Service to help bolster fire safety in the NJ Pine Barrens and other forested regions throughout the state of NJ.Through the cooperative management of a number of remote weather observations stations throughout the state and the development of easy-to-use but powerful interfaces for analyzing the data collected at these stations, the NJ Weather and Climate Network helps provide the USFS with tools that aid in every day decision making regarding fire safety and more.September 2017, now ranking 11th, sat in the top 10 for just one year before being bumped out by 2018.This September was the fifth consecutive month of above-average temperatures.