As Townsquare New Jersey's Chief Meteorologist, my mission is to provide the most honest, accurate weather forecasts possible. I grew up in Jackson, where my childhood weather obsession earned me the nickname "Weatherman Dan". Since then, I have earned the American Meteorological Society's prestigious Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation, in recognition of my knowledge and experience. I graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Atmospheric Science. My career as a TV meteorologist included stops in Oklahoma, in Central New York, and at News 12 New Jersey. I also worked for the Northeast Regional Climate Center and the NJ State Climate Office. I recently moved to Union County with my wife Amy, son Jackson, and dog Doppler. Things I love: my family, wine, storm chasing, Broadway musicals, and Disney World.
Wintry, Wet, or Both: Breakdown of NJ’s Messy Coastal Storm
County by county, here's what to expect as our first winter storm of the season arrives in the Garden State.
Jersey Shore Report for Thursday, November 15, 2018
Thursday's storm will have an impact along the Jersey Shore with 1-2 feet of storm surge and the threat of minor to moderate coastal flooding during high tide.
NJ’s First Winter Storm of the Season Thursday: 9 Things to Know
Minor to moderate flooding of tidal waterways will be possible at the times of high tide Thursday as the area could see one to two inches of rain.
Rain Wraps Up Tuesday, Wintry Mix Possible for NJ Later This Week
As the first of two coastal storm winds down across New Jersey on Tuesday, we're still tracking a more impactful storm system for later this week.
Rain, Flooding: Two Coastal Storms Aiming for NJ
The second storm system of the week looks to be the more impactful one, with the potential for rain, some wind, and coastal flooding.
Rain, Wind, and Cold: Not the Most Pleasant Forecast for NJ
Yet another fairly significant storm system is eyeing New Jersey and will bring a transition to wet, windy weather on Friday. That will set us up for a sunny, dry, windy, and cold start to the weekend.
NJ Thursday Weather: Becoming Mostly Sunny and Cooler
The bottom line of this forecast: cool and sunny Thursday, rain Friday, then getting pretty cold for the weekend.
From Cool to Cold: NJ Temperatures to Decline Through the Weekend
Wednesday will be cooler than Tuesday. Thursday will be cooler than Wednesday. Friday will be cooler than Thursday. Saturday will be cooler than Friday. Sunday will be cooler than Saturday.
A Potentially Stormy Election Day Forecast for New Jersey
Our next storm system will push across New Jersey from Tuesday late morning through the afternoon. Several rounds of showers and even thunderstorms will be possible.
Three Batches of Rain in the Forecast for NJ This Week
Monday looks particularly soggy with strong thunderstorms possible for the Garden State on Election Day Tuesday.