Clouds Break For Sunshine: Alan’s Weather Blog
Tuesday’s high temperatures reached as warm as 77 in the Trenton-Mercer County Airport, but that was 4 or 5 degrees warmer than everybody else for some reason. The normal high, again, is 52 or 53, so we were 20 or 25 degrees above the normal.
Speaking of normal, this has been the 4th warmest winter in recorded history, not the 1st. You would think that as warm as it’s been from December, January, February, and now March, that we would have been #1 on the list, but we’re not. It goes all the way back t0 2001-2002. That was the warmest winter in New Jersey, although I’ve seem to forgotten that.
Warm enough. Clouds breaking for some sunshine after early fog gets out of the way with highs in the lower to middle 70s, but much cooler near the ocean.
Fog re-forms again tonight with temperatures in the upper 40s to the 50s.
And after early fog tomorrow, some sunshine with temps in the mid to upper 70s, but much cooler for the coast again on Thursday.
More of the same is on tap for Friday, but we include the slight chance of a shower.
It will be much cooler for the upcoming weekend. There will be some rain eventually developing.