West Cape May Farmers Market 2014

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West Cape May, NJ -  Amazing how just a few baskets of beans can signal a shift in the season. It’s summertime. And the West Cape May Farmer’s market is back. Opening day brought out all of those eager for some fresh produce or for an easy dinner. The market is open every Tuesday afternoon [...]

Cape May’s Record Breaking March Snow 2014

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Cape May, NJ – March 2014 is now the undisputed champion, holding title to the snowiest March on record in Cape May. After yesterday’s St. Patrick’s Day snowfall, Cape May has a total of 12 and a half inches of snow for the month, more than any other March on record. Yesterday’s  snowfall also set [...]

Cape May March Snow 2014

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Cape May, NJ -  March definitely came in like a lion this year, a snowy, icy lion.  Cape May’s roughly four inches of snow did not set any new records, but it was enough to shut down the town for the day. We were expecting much more snow – as much as 8 to 12 [...]

Cool Cape May Turns Cold in January

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Cape May, NJ – If you thought it was colder than usual in January, you were right. The final temperatures for the month are in. Cape May’s average temperature in January was a measly 30.5 degrees, a whopping five degrees lower than usual. If you want to feel even chillier, consider this: according to the [...]

Frozen Delaware Bay

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North Cape May, NJ – How cold is it? For the second time in a month, it’s cold enough to partially freeze the Delaware Bay. No, this is not Antarctica. This is what the Delaware Bay looked like this morning near North Cape May, after several days of bitter cold temperatures. It was just two [...]

Cape May New Year’s Snow 2014

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Cape May, NJ – The New Year’s snow storm that shut down travel in the Northeastern United Sates dumped an unexpected six to eight inches of  powdery snow in the Cape May area. The National Weather Service had predicted two to four inches. Thirty mile per hour winds pummeled the shore Friday, creating snow drifts [...]