Hurricane Sandy’s Wrath: Alan’s Weather Blog
The hurricane is moving ever steadily toward the Mid-Atlantic coast and will come ashore as early as 8 o’clock this evening to as late as midnight or 2AM tonight along the southern New Jersey coastline.
A coastal flood warning and a high wind warning remains through Tuesday and a flood watch through Tuesday, as well.
Strong winds into early tonight can increase from 45 to 55 MPH to gusts of hurricane force near the coast. Temperatures today mostly in the 50s, lows tonight in the upper 40s to the middle 50s.
Still quite windy tomorrow from the south, which concerns bay flooding.
Rain tomorrow may taper off to some showers late in the day. Highs tomorrow back in the 50s.
Mostly cloudy with some showers still likely Wednesday, and temperatures in the 50s once again.