As Townsquare New Jersey's Chief Meteorologist, my mission is to provide the most honest, accurate weather forecasts possible. I grew up in Jackson, where my childhood weather obsession earned me the nickname "Weatherman Dan". Since then, I have earned the American Meteorological Society's prestigious Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation, in recognition of my knowledge and experience. I graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Atmospheric Science. My career as a TV meteorologist included stops in Oklahoma, in Central New York, and at News 12 New Jersey. I also worked for the Northeast Regional Climate Center and the NJ State Climate Office. I recently moved to Union County with my wife Amy, son Jackson, and dog Doppler. Things I love: my family, wine, storm chasing, Broadway musicals, and Disney World.
Monday morning will be icy, cold, and blustery across NJ
We'll see improvements and sunny skies by Monday afternoon.
Messy start and blustery finish to Friday for NJ
Rain and snow will be limited to the early morning hours, before clearing skies and tumbling temperatures take over the forecast for the Garden State.
Two rain-snow chances aiming for New Jersey: Thu-Fri, Sun-Mon
While there's still a chance for sloppy, slippery road conditions, these storm systems look to bring mostly wet weather to the Garden State.
Quiet, chilly weather for NJ Wednesday
Our next chance of rain-snow looms on the horizon, in the Thursday-Friday timeframe.
Light snow and minor coastal flooding for NJ Tuesday
An inch or two of snow accumulation is possible by Tuesday evening, especially on non-asphalt surfaces.
Multiple rain and snow chances this week for NJ
As our weather transitions to a more active pattern, we'll have a week of rapid-fire minor rain and snow events along with a roller coaster of temperatures.
Another weekend warmup for NJ, with scattered rain showers too
Our weekend weather forecast starts out sunny and mild, but ends cloudy and wet.
NJ weather: Cool and quiet for now, warmer this weekend
The forecast for the Garden State includes sunshine by Thursday afternoon, and another warmup for the weekend.
Baby Zarrow update: The countdown is on
Meteorologist Dan Zarrow, wife Amy, and two year old son Jackson are looking forward to their new arrival next month!
Typical cool January temps and quiet weather settles in to NJ
The next three days will feature temperatures very close to seasonal normals, with a warmup expected by the weekend.