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The several-hour-long downpour that drenched parts of Mercer and Middlesex County on the afternoon of July 30, 2016, represented an exceptionally rare event for the area.
Afternoon and evening thunderstorms dropped 7.23” in West Windsor (Mercer County), with Plainsboro (Mercer) reporting 5.15”, South Brunswick (Middlesex) 5.03,” and North Brunswick (Middlesex) 4.90”.
Otherwise, little more than some clouds and light rain reached NJ from these...
Despite July and August typically being the wettest months of the year in New Jersey, their warmth usually results in evaporation rates exceeding rainfall.
Such was not the case this past August and earlier in the summer, as rain was ample and quite timely in most areas and hot temperatures did not prevail for extended periods.However, some welcome rain fell on the 24th, and on the 29th the largest statewide rain event since April 30, 2014, brought close to, and in some areas more than, a month’s worth of liquid in a major storm.This arrived on the 5th anniversary of Sandy and 6th anniversary of a historic early season snowstorm.The tenth month of 2017 was marked by the slow arrival of October-like temperatures, including the first freezes of the season, by the close to two week delay in the fall leaf season, and by the absence of much precipitation until two late-month storms made up for lost time.Amidst all of this, October proved to be the second warmest across New Jersey since the onset of records in 1895.