Clouds May Break: Alan’s Weather Blog
Well, I sort of knew yesterday that my high temperature forecast in the low 60s was going to go by the board, and it sure did.
We were only in the mid to upper 50s yesterday.
South Jersey had the most rainfall. Atlantic City and Wrightstown had just a shade short of 6/10 of an inch, while Newark Liberty Airport only had 13/100 and Trenton had about 1/4 of an inch.
Any spotty light rain, mostly in South Jersey, will be ending later. Clouds may break for some sunshine later today during the afternoon with highs in the 60s, 50s along the coast.
We’re drying out 24 hours earlier than I expected.
Some clear skies tonight, low to mid 40s with maybe a few NW Jersey 30s.
Mostly sunny for Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 60s tomorrow, near 70 Thursday. It’ll be much cooler near the ocean both days.
Right now, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday look okay from here.