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Aries (March 21 — April 20) Stop looking for wounds to be rebellious. It’s done. You won, now enjoy. It will get easier from here.

Venus enters Scorpio on Friday, Sept. 10, bringing new flame intensity in relationship matters. It’s time to go deep with yourself and also wi…

Sunny vibrations of Leo season is upon us, and we have to expect small changes and glitches. Professional growth is the theme. Let’s see what …

Aries (March 21 – April 20) Luckily you have been working on yourself ever since the year has started. Avoid being bitter this week.

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The Super Blue Blood Moon came to New Jersey for the first time since 1866 on Wednesday. Since no one on Earth was alive to see the last appearance of this (the oldest living human was born in 1900), this was a new event for the living human race.

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Hop aboard a cruise under the light of June’s full moon, also known as the Strawberry Moon, 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, June 9. The sail, benefitti…

Even in November, a meteorologist’s goal is to deliver nice weekend weather, at least if he or she wants to try to maintain some popularity. It can be chilly. It can be breezy. Parts of this weekend will be both. But as long as the sun is shining from sunrise Saturday to sunset Sunday, most consider the weekend to be a weather success.

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For the past five years, there has been a lot of publicity about “supermoons.” In reality, this title has rather inappropriately been given to the three closest full moons of each year. Something that happens three times every year is hardly “super” in terms of rareness.

It’s no secret that it’s been dry across all of South Jersey since the start of August, with the lack of rain having us on a road towards a drought declaration over the last six weeks. Well, we’ve come to the end of that road, as a moderate drought was declared on Thursday for about two-thirds of New Jersey, including much of South Jersey. Rainfall deficits continue to climb, now surpassing five inches since August 1, and little relief from the dryness is in sight. While the water worries may be worsening, the nice weather continues with warm and dry remaining our ongoing weather themes through most of next week, and only one opportunity for some needed rain.

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Get ready for the annual mid-August tradition known as The Perseids, one of the best meteor showers the Earth enjoys each year.  The show peaks this week, as the nights from August 11th through the 14th will offer the best chances to see the bright meteors streaking across the South Jersey sky.

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