Drying Out: Alan’s Weather Blog
High temperatures yesterday reached the mid to upper 40s, and today will be in the 50s.
As rain tapers off a few scattered showers during the morning hours, there may be a shower chance that persists in northernmost New Jersey, but Central and Southern counties should dry out somewhat this afternoon. Even some sun may break through the clouds. Highs well into the 50s. The normal high should be in the mid to upper 40s, so it will be every bit of ten degrees above normal.
Partly to mostly cloudy tonight, not all that cold from the mid 30s to low 40s. A few rain showers are possible later on.
There’s the chance of a few passing showers tomorrow with variable cloudy skies. Thursday’s high from 46 to 51.
Variable clouds tomorrow lead to a mix of sun and clouds Friday near 50.
There should be some sunshine and a bit colder, but hopefully dryer for the weekend.
There are some signs of a major storm by Tuesday or Wednesday of next week, at least based on one forecast model. It doesn’t mean it’s right, but we have a whole week to check that out.