Alan’s Weather Blog – 10/31/11
What a weather event we had here in New Jersey. A record breaker in many cases. There was up to 16 inches of snow that fell in portions of Morris County and the North Western Counties of New Jersey. However, there was four to six inches across Hunterdon, Somerset and Middlesex Counties.
There was about six to seven inches in a few spots in Mercer County. Southern New Jersey escaped most of it with hardly anything at all.
Temperatures yesterday reached the upper 40's and low 50's as expected. However, the normal high temperature is 61 or 62. We'll have some sunshine, and arriving clouds perhaps today. Temperatures will reach the low to middle 50s with some luck, and cooler near the water.
There's the chance of some southern and coastal showers late tonight or first thing tomorrow morning. Clouds may break for some sunshine tomorrow afternoon, with temperatures in the 50's.
Wednesday looks good from here.