We could be days away from a drought watch in NJ

Boyd

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That article seems to be at odds with the USGS drought watch site...

"While the least rain has fallen in North Jersey, we’ve slightly below normal levels in Central Jersey and above-normal rainfall totals in extreme South Jersey — in Cape May, Cumberland, and Salem Counties — according to Hajna."


http://nj.usgs.gov/hazards/drought/

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Same storm came through here, we got about 2 inches during that half hour. :)
Yes Boyd,I seen on Weathertap HD+ that it formed over me in Laurel Lake and Millville and gathered strength and gave Boyd Country a real pounding or at least it looked so from Burlington county down through cape may.meanwhile a really nasty stew behind it in Delaware completely dissappated before it got to me.This HD+ is really detailed with lightning strike locations,hail,tornado cells etc. Updates every 4 to 7 minutes.
 
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