For the full briefing, click 11.11.22 – NWS Update – Nicole
Event Summary – 11.11.22 at 8:42 am
The remnants of Tropical Cyclone Nicole will track northward near the spine of the
Appalachians through tonight as it merges with another weather system. It will bring
periods of rain to the area, heavy at times, along with gusty winds and the threat of
The heaviest rain is expected to be over northwest parts of the forecast area from
Berks County northward into the southern Poconos where 1.5 to 2.5 inches can
generally be expected along with the threat of flooding. However, the flooding threat
extends as far south/east as the I-95 corridor. Flooding should mainly be of the urban,
poor drainage, and small stream variety but there is the risk of localized flash
Embedded thunderstorms will also be possible, especially this evening and overnight.
Some of these storms could be severe with damaging winds and a couple of brief,
weak tornadoes possible. Also, even outside of any thunderstorms southerly wind
gusts of 40 to 50 mph can be expected along the NJ coast for tonight, potentially
leading to downed trees and power outages.
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