As chief meteorologist, my mission is to provide the most honest, accurate weather forecasts possible. I grew up in Jackson, where my weather obsession earned me the nickname "Weatherman Dan." I earned my atmospheric science degree from Cornell University. My career as a TV meteorologist included stops in Oklahoma, in Central New York and at News 12 New Jersey. I've also done research and programming work for the Northeast Regional Climate Center and NJ State Climate Office. I am proud to hold the American Meteorological Society's prestigious Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation. I live in Union County with my wife, Amy, and young sons, Jackson, Griffin, and Nathan. Things I love: family, wine, storm chasing, Broadway musicals and Disney World. Follow me on Facebook ("Meteorologist Dan Zarrow") and Twitter (@DanZarrow) for even more weather insight and information!
Flood waters recede, winds calm, and sunshine returns to NJ
New Jersey will see significant improvements in the weather forecast on Monday and the coastal flooding threat will be much lower, although rough surf and high water remains in spots.
Coastal flooding and gusty winds still a big problem for NJ on Sunday
Despite improvements in the forecast, the dramatic effects of a coastal storm system and Hurricane Joaquin will still be felt on Sunday.
Significant coastal flooding and gusty winds to continue all weekend
The effects of a coastal storm system and the distant Hurricane Joaquin will lead to some nasty weather and surf this weekend.
Hurricane Joaquin tracks away from NJ, but expect flooding and winds
Confidence is growing that Hurricane Joaquin will turn away from the U.S. East Coast, but some dramatic indirect impacts are still expected for New Jersey.
Threat to New Jersey from Hurricane Joaquin decreasing
Despite continuing uncertainty, the latest models and official forecasts from the National Hurricane Center show Hurricane Joaquin's track is trending eastward.
Joaquin now a powerful Category 3 hurricane, effects hit NJ soon
Even though Joaquin is still hundreds of miles away and despite continuing uncertainty in the exact forecast track of Joaquin, New Jersey will start to experience significant rain, wind, and surf impacts Friday through the weekend.