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Cloudy with Some Sun: Alan’s Weather Blog

High temperatures yesterday reached 50 or 51.

The normal high is 49 or 50, so we were close.

Clouds and sunshine today with highs in the low 50s or so this afternoon.

Clearly to partly cloudy tonight with some 30s, but there might a few 20s possible in the coldest spots

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Clouds and Some Sunshine Today: Alan’s Weather Blog

The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well.

Sunday's high temperature reached from 49 to 51. That's about where we should be exactly for this time of the year.

For today, we'll have clouds and some sun with high temperatures this afternoon ranging from the upper 40s to the lower 50s, coolest near the boardwalk with a wind off the water

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Rainy and Colder: Alan’s Weather Blog

High temperatures yesterday reached the 50s, but not really until closing in on midnight.

There's been an inch or two of rain already, and there will be a bit more, at times, this morning with some of the pockets of heavy rain in Central and North Jersey, especially

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Storm Heads Our Way: Alan’s Weather Blog

Our storm is going to be just moving inland to the eastern seaboard and up the coast today, reaching New Jersey by late tonight or first thing early tomorrow morning.

That means rain with maybe a wintry mix starts to develop today, especially this afternoon

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Sunny But Cold: Alan’s Weather Blog

Sunday was certainly a taste of winter.

Temperatures failed to get above the 32 degree mark just about everywhere, 30 in Atlantic City, 31 at Newark Liberty Airport.

That was the lowest maximum temperature for the date that was set all the way back in 1938

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Cloudy and Mild: Alan’s Weather Blog

Thursday's high temperature reached the the low to middle 50s, as high as 55 in Atlantic City.

The normal high is from 52 to 54.

Today, we can watch for a few passing showers, and certainly, temperatures on the mild side of normal

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Variable Clouds Today: Alan’s Weather Blog

My prediction of high temperatures yesterday in the mid 40s worked out perfectly.

The highest reading we could find was Mount Holly's 46, and that's also what Trenton-Mercer County Airport was.  Everybody else was 45 or so

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Quite Cool Today: Alan’s Weather Blog

As expected, high temperatures did not make it to 50 yesterday; 48 or 49 were the highest readings.

Today will be a bit cooler and partly sunny with highs in the mid 40s or so this afternoon.

Partly cloudy tonight and still chilly with temps in the mid 20s to low 30s, but closer to the upper 30s or near 40 along the south coast

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Windy and Colder: Alan’s Weather Blog

Before we really begin, we'll mention the 13th tropical storm, actually sub-tropical storm for the moment.

Melissa is way to the east of Bermuda in the Central Atlantic.  We have no concern other than shipping in the days ahead as it becomes more extra tropical down the road

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NJ’s Weekend Forecast: Alan’s Weather Blog

High temperatures Thursday reached no better than 55 at Newark, Atlantic City and Wrightstown.

That's what we expected and that's about normal for this time of the year.

It'll be a bit milder today with highs in the upper 50s to maybe 60, and no worse than partly sunny

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