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1950 Thanksgiving Day Storm

Also called the Great Appalachian Storm, but either way its impacts were devastating.

After being down in Atlantic City and along the shore and seeing how so many people were affected by Sandy, I decided to write about another big storm that hit the northeast on Thanksgiving Day 62 years ago. This storm had everything, high winds, heavy snow, and very cold temperatures all th...

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Frank Lombardo on Our Sandy Relief

The president of WeatherWorks discusses our relief effort in Sandy's wake...

Left to right: Meteorologists Jon Schwartz, Christina Speciale, Sam DeAlba, Nick Marguccio, & Sean Rowland. It has been three full weeks since Hurricane (post Tropical Storm) Sandy ravaged the...
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Does Early Snow Mean More Snow?

We're off to another quick start to winter in the Northeast, which implies...

In the table below, we've listed snowfall totals for selected cities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic through November 15th of this year and last year. As you can see we are off to another fast...
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Helping with Sandy Relief

Our staff continues to aid with Sandy relief through volunteer work at the NJ shore.

Meteorologist Nick Troiano (front) and president Frank Lombardo (back) carrying storm damaged items in Manahawkin. In the hard times many NJ residents have faced in the wake of Hurricane Sandy,...
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Stay Healthy this Winter Season

How can you keep the common cold away this winter? Find out here!

How many times have you heard the old saying, “Don’t go outside with wet hair or you’ll catch cold”? Did you ever wonder why that was or if it was even true? Actually, many of those old wives' tales do have some validity and we'll break it down for you so you can stay heal...

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