Jul | NJ
On the Mild and Dry Side:...
June Overview The statewide average temperature in June was 70.6°. This is 0.5° above normal and ranks as the 29th warmest since 1895. More...
May | NJ
Another End-of-Month...
Was it a drier-than-average April? Was it a wetter-than-average April? If only it hadn't rained heavily on the last day of the month! Certainly this...
Mar | NJ
Relentless Winter:...
February Overview One of the more disruptive winters in recent decades continued during February, erasing the hopes of many for an early spring....
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The Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist (ONJSC) serves as the focal point for activities pertaining to the climate of the Garden State.  Dr. David A. Robinson, New Jersey State Climatologist, directs the Office, which resides within the Center for Environmental Prediction in the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station at Cook College, Rutgers University.  The ONJSC is responsible for collecting and archiving climate data, maintaining an active research program pertaining to New Jersey climate and, through various outreach programs, providing climate education and information to the citizens of New Jersey.  ONJSC highlights include the NJ Weather and Climate Network, arguably the most spatially dense mesonet in the country, media interviews often exceeding 300 annually, research on topics ranging from urban climates to insect pest management to climate change, and contributions to university, state and national programs related to issues such as drought, emergency management and homeland security.  
 
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