What Does Cape May Look Like In The Snow?
I would expect to find the talented Werner Tedesco images if I were to Google that phrase. Nearly a foot of snow fell on Cape May County. Why “nearly,” you ask? According to the National Weather Service in Mount Holly, New Jersey, the “official” snowfall totals are all over the map.
Go ahead and click that link and see for yourself. The big wave of snow was predicted accurately by Noreaster Nick Pittman. His detailed blog previews pretty much had it on the money. Do you know a weather forecaster who doesn’t make room for error? But Nick seems to have that under control.
I usually activate twitter alerts for trusted sources once a forecast is issued like this one. NWS, Noreaster Nick, Gary Szatkowski to name a few.
I don’t usually follow but who often is blunt, to put it mildly, is William Lee. He prepares forecasts for the Northeast region.
Just north of Delmarva is gonna get fuckin smoked ❄️
— NsfwWx ❄️ (@NsfwWx) January 2, 2022
People often ask me what does Cape May look like in the snow? They don’t ask me to forecast the weather.
This is beautiful!! I was in Cape May all last week; came home Saturday. Sorry I missed the snow! I've always wanted to see snow in Cape May.
— Gail Romig (@GailRomig) January 4, 2022
The slide show below is just a few images, all unedited, taken yesterday at the height of the storm. Common sense told me to go home.
You can click on the right arrow to speed through the collection.