Cloudy and Cold: Alan’s Weather Blog
Weekend temperatures were no better than the upper 20s and the lower 30s.
A sneaky, surprising snow event hit last night. It only lasted about three hours or so. But in that time, it produced 1 to 3 inches of snow across the state. It also produced some slippery driving on less traveled and secondary roads early this morning. They still may have some issues on the surfaces.
Today’s high temperatures will be no better than the upper 20s to around 30, with some sunshine, some patchy clouds, and enough wind to notice. That will make it feel even colder.
Colder teens and even some single digits tonight.
Tomorrow’s high temperatures will be no better than the upper 20s to around 30, if that. It will probably be mostly mid to upper 20s for highs Tuesday, despite lots of sunshine.
Then, our attention turns to the storm threat for late Wednesday night and into Thursday. The GFS forecast model is still farthest out to sea with the forecast track, giving New Jersey just a glancing blow of snow late Wednesday night into Thursday.
The other models have a lot more precipitation, mostly snow, although there could be a changeover along and near the coast.
We’ll have more on this in the next several days.