The snow is still falling with 2.75″ on the ground as of 3pm in Surf City!
A beautiful morning so far with just a touch of light snow.
This weekend has begun with a typical November day.
Another beautiful LBI day!
It appears that Ship Bottom will soon be getting it’s very own Dunkin’ Donuts according to this sign on the ReMax building in Ship Bottom.
A rather eventful day in Ship Bottom where a tractor trailer full of construction debris (concrete/wood/etc.) overturned along West 8th Street just after 11am.
All Long Beach Township beach buggy entrances are closed due to severe beach erosion.
Beach buggy entrances between 23rd to 31st Streets in Ship Bottom are closed due to soft sand.
As of this time, 6pm, beach buggy entrances in Barnegat Light, Beach Haven, Harvey Cedars and Surf City remain open.
As seen below, around high tide Ship Bottom appeared to be taking the brunt of today’s tidal flooding with Brant Beach and Surf City faring pretty well.
Day 3 of the slow moving nor’easter. More minor coastal flooding expected at high tide but overall just a dreary day.
A beautiful fall day on Long Beach Island. Sunny with temps in the low 70s.
After a rainy & windy night the weather has cleared and temps are in the low 70s!
UFOs over LBI?
Not quite, but that is a catchy first sentence to start a post about an interesting site today on LBI.
Pictured below is the US Navy’s MZ-3A blimp flying over LBI and Manahawkin Bay earlier today. The178 foot long blimp is stationed at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, about 35 miles north-west of Ship Bottom.