Cloudy and Humid: Alan’s Weather Blog
Lots of flooding downpours yesterday and even an isolated tornado in Berkeley Heights.
Some parts of the state had flooding from the rains, but other parts had much less, especially southern and coastal counties.
Today, we have the risk of a passing shower or a thunderstorm. Otherwise, lots of clouds around with warm and humid lower 80s, 70s at the beaches.
Any evening showers or thunderstorms taper off, then warm and humid overnight with lows from 69 to 73.
Clouds and some sunshine tomorrow. Of course, that’s a big travel day before the Fourth of July. You may have to dodge a pop-up shower or thunderstorm tomorrow, especially as you get closer to the Delaware River. Highs Wednesday in the mid 80s, but cooler near the ocean again.
For the Fourth, there’s the chance of early fog, then some sunshine, hot and humid with maybe an isolated shower or thunderstorm.
Thursday will be near 90, but cooler at the beaches.
The ocean temperature is chilled to the upper 50s to around 60 now.
The rest of the holiday weekend looks to be mostly warm and humid, though some pop-up thunderstorms can’t be ruled out.