Heavy Rain Today: Alan’s Weather Blog
A flash flood watch is in effect for much of New Jersey for much of the day.
The only exceptions to that are the southern half Burlington County, all of Ocean, Atlantic, Cape May, and Cumberland Counties.
The rest of the state is under the watch, and for good reason because we are going to have some showers and thunder moving through, some with heavy downpours. An inch or two of rain is possible. There could be more than that localized north and west of the Route 95 corridor. Highs will be from 77 to 83 today.
Any leftover showers this evening end. Then partly cloudy with lowering humidity overnight with temps in the 60s, 50s possible in NW Jersey.
Mostly sunny, very breezy with very low humidity tomorrow with some highs possibly not making it out of the 70s. That’ll be spectacular.
Sunshine and continued very pleasant Thursday and Friday with highs near 80 Thursday and low 80s Friday. It’ll be cooler at the beaches both days.
The ocean temperatures are in the low to middle 70s now.
Most of the weekend looks okay. At least, as of now.