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The most notable exceptions were the dangerous rip currents at the Jersey shore associated with the latter stages of Hurricanes Irma and Jose, which resulted in several drowning deaths and numerous water rescues.Minor to some moderate back-bay flooding and beach erosion accompanied the tumultuous surf, particularly between the 18th–21st.More will be reported for the summer as a whole later in this report. We've fully rebuilt our charting to provide a rich, interactive experience.By leveraging the robust High Charts library, this new incarnation of NJWx Net charting and graphing not only allows you to interact with the data presented, but provides easy export of PDF and SVG, easy printing and more.Luckily, they are much better than the brown bear at coexisting with humans. The black bear population in the Skylands region has risen to 50 times what is was two decades ago.
Despite July and August typically being the wettest months of the year in New Jersey, their warmth usually results in evaporation rates exceeding rainfall.
They are the most common bear in North America and are certainly not strangers to the Garden State.
The black bear is present in 11 of the 21 counties.
A few tenths of an inch of snow dusted High Point (Sussex County) overnight during November 7th-8th, as seen looking northwest towards the Delaware valley fog near Port Jervis, NY. Even in a rather tranquil month, there are always interesting aspects of New Jersey’s weather and climate that can make for memorable situations. On the heels of a mild October and first week of November came one of the coldest early-season blasts on record on the 11th.
Then the 19th saw some of the strongest winds of the year across the state.
The statewide average temperature of 44.3° tied with 1938 as the 75th coolest (or 49th mildest) on record.