Jerseycity New Jersey Weather
New Jersey looks over the Hudson River Valley, New York City and New Jersey City in the early hours of Wednesday, July 5, 2017.
Observations by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in New York City, New Jersey and the Hudson River Valley from observations in the early morning hours of July 5, 2017.
For more information, check out the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather page in New Jersey, detailed 10-day weather forecasts, and more.
For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates of Jersey City are those found on the weather page of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in New Jersey. The weather forecast below includes precipitation, high and low Fahrenheit (Celsius) temperatures, and precipitation and high temperatures for each day of the week. For comparison, see a link to the New York City Weather Forecast page.
The weather forecast below predicts precipitation, high and low Fahrenheit (Celsius) temperatures, as well as precipitation and high temperatures for Jersey City for every day of the week.
The topography within 2 miles of Jersey City has only slight elevation differences, and the current wind speeds and directions vary more than the hourly averages. The wind blowing anywhere is the average annual wind speed and direction for the entire state of New Jersey. During the year, there are significant seasonal variations in some areas, such as New York City and the Hudson River Valley.
Jersey City is located in northern New Jersey, on the eastern edge of the Hudson River Valley and in the Hudson Valley in New York City.
Summer is warm and humid in Jersey City, but with humidity, temperatures feel cold for about half the year, with the chance of rain and snow. September, January and then March are the driest months, which is the case in most parts of New Jersey and New York City. Winter is very cold and windy and there is a good chance of rain in late October and early November. It is wet and partly cloudy - all year round and it rains at the end of October, snow in November and December and rain in January.
Due to the growing number of days, the first spring blooms appear in Jersey City in late March or early April, although they don't appear until late April or early April. The growing season in Jersey City rarely begins between March 13 and April 15 and ends between November 2 and December 9. Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (7 November). Jersey City's growing season rarely lasts more than a few weeks in spring, rarely more than two weeks, and rarely starts between March 13 and April 14 and ends between November 2 and December 7.
Get hourly detailed weather reports issued by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDOT) and Jersey City Police. The south (5 - 7 km / h) becomes the south (5 - 8 km / h) and the north (7 - 9 km / h in the morning and 6 - 8 km / h at night).
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In Clifton, New Jersey, the attorney general's office is investigating an incident that occurred in the early hours of Saturday, April 1, 2017, in Clayton. According to Sgt. Paramus police responded to a report of a domestic violence incident at a house at 300 East Main Street. Paramuses police and the New Jersey State Police Department responded, said Dr. John Inlets, a spokesman for the state police.
The rain will ease from west to east on Saturday morning, but it will remain cloudy and there may be showers. Showers could occur as cold air flows in from the east and wet bulbs cool down. In the late afternoon and early evening it will be slightly cooler with a slight risk of showers and thunderstorms.