Continued Cold: Alan’s Weather Blog
Tuesday’s high temperatures were no better than the low 20s; 23 at Newark Liberty Airport was the topper. Everybody else was around or just a shade below that.
Today’s temperatures will be no better. Upper teens and low 20s with some clouds, so still a very, very cold day with enough wind to make it feel colder.
There’s the chance of a few passing snow flurries or snow showers in part of the state tonight, especially late tonight with lows back in the teens with a few single digits in NW counties again.
After the chance of an early flurry tomorrow, there will be some sunshine, wind, and continued very cold. Temps will be in the mid 20s Thursday afternoon.
Friday, we will have to keep an eye on. It look as though it will be dry through the morning, but, at some point Friday afternoon and evening, some snow will break out. It could be on the order of a few inches or more. Or it could be a little bit less. We are not exactly sure.
It does not look like a big storm, but maybe enough to make it slippery later on Friday afternoon and evening.
The weekend will be cold, but dry.