A Mix Of Sun And Clouds: Alan’s Weather Blog
As usual, we tell you about high temperatures on Monday.
They were in the upper 40s and low 50s. The coolest was Newark’s 49. The mildest was Atlantic City’s 52. But, 53 to 55 is the normal high temperature.
Today, we’ll have clouds and some sunshine. The most sunshine will be from near the Route 1 corridor on north and west. The most clouds will be further south. High temperatures this afternoon will just be in the low 50s.
Now, if some clouds may be around in part of the state tonight, especially in southern and coastal counties, it will only be in the 40s in South Jersey, while it’s in the 20s and 30s in central and northwestern counties.
Clouds may break for some sunshine tomorrow. Wednesday’s highs will be in the low to middle 50s, but a bit cooler near the ocean.
We continue to have a good traveling weather forecast that continues within 300 miles of home tomorrow.
Mostly sunny on Thanksgiving with temperatures in the mid 50s, but cooler again along the coast. It will be a great day for traditional Thanksgiving Day high school football games.
Black Friday gets off to a good start. There’s just the chance of a Friday night shower.
And although a light shower in a couple of spots can’t be ruled out on Saturday, overall, it should be dry.
Sunday looks good, as well.