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NJTV News Weather: A Stormy Labor Day Weekend on Tap

9-1-16
Remnants of Tropical Storm Hermine could impact New Jersey late Saturday and Sunday. Several inches of rain is possible and coastal erosion and minor flooding are likely.
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Officials Push Bill to Devote Money to Storm Response Planning

8-29-16
County officials support a bill that would establish annual grants for county offices of emergency management, based on that county’s risk of exposure to natural disasters, and devote that money to better storm response planning.
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NJ Volunteers Help Louisiana Flood Victims

8-19-16
The Red Cross says it has 15 volunteers from New Jersey in Louisiana right now and that number is expected to grow in the next few weeks.
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NJDEP Commissioner: Bound Brook Now Protected from Flooding

8-15-16
Officials announced the Bound Brook phase of a multi-step Army Corps of Engineers flood management project officially complete. NJDEP Commissioner Bob Martin said residents will no longer be required to have flood insurance.
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Heat Wave Causes Fish Kill at Saddle River County Park

7-25-16
Thousands of fish died at Saddle River County Park as temperatures soared and a fountain that helps aerate the water failed.
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Near Normal Hurricane Season Predicted

6-1-16
Forecasters are predicting a near normal hurricane season with 10 to 16 tropical storms and four to eight hurricanes. Hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30.
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NJTV News Weather: Spring Snowfall Update

3-20-16
Meteorologist John Cifelli issues his latest forecast for the spring snowfall.
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NJTV News Weather: Snowfall Predicted as Spring Begins

3-18-16
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects three to five inches of snow to fall throughout much of New Jersey this weekend.
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Researchers Find Why Summer Hurricanes Hit at Levels Less Intense Than Forecast

3-10-16
Researchers at Rutgers studied why summer hurricanes, like Irene, strike the coast at levels that are less intense than originally forecast.
Powerful Hurricane Irene on August 27, 2011, two hours after making landfall in Cape Lookout, North Carolina. Photo: NASA/NOAA GOES Project

Why Do So Many Summer Hurricanes Fizzle Near Coastlines?

3-8-16
Rutgers-led study finds answers that could improve forecasts of hurricane intensity and reduce losses linked to inaccuracies.