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The National Weather Service Mount Holly county warning area (CWA) encompasses eastern and southeastern Pennsylvania (including the Philadelphia metropolitan area), all but far northeast New Jersey, Delaware, and northeastern Maryland. The Philadelphia/Mount Holly CWA covers the second largest population by NWS forecast office in the country.How often does the NWS in Mount Holly conduct public tours?
One day each month, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Mount Holly, NJ, will conduct public tours for small groups and/or individuals. The chosen date each month will be based on the availability of staff members to conduct such tours and on favorable weather conditions.What is the Mount Holly Skywarn program?
The National Weather Service Mount Holly SKYWARN Program migrated from a county to regional based structure in January 2017. This framework consists of the Delmarva (Delaware/Maryland), New Jersey, and Pennsylvania Regions.Where is the NWS Philadelphia/Mount Holly office?
The NWS Philadelphia/Mount Holly office is located in Burlington County, New Jersey, just east of the New Jersey Turnpike (a little over 20 miles east-northeast of Philadelphia). From the New Jersey Turnpike: Take Exit 5 . Turn right onto Route 541, Burlington-Mt. Holly Road.