More Sunshine Today: Alan’s Weather Blog
There’s lots to tell you about, so let’s get right to it.
The biggest story of yesterday’s weather was the F-0 tornado, which has winds from 65 to 85 miles per hour, that carved a path about two miles long and 50 to 100 yards wide in Manahawkin.
There was some damage to a church and other instances of trees and wires down.
We also had three to five inches of rain in portions of Camden and Gloucester Counties, but lesser amounts elsewhere.
With more sunshine today and very low humidity, it won’t get beyond the 70s.
Clear and very comfortable tonight with temps in the 50s and 40s, but 60s in urban and coastal areas.
Sunny skies and lots of it for tomorrow and Friday with more very low humidity, 70s tomorrow, low 80s Friday, but cooler both days at the beach.
The ocean is in the low 70s now.
We are watching two tropical disturbances. One is in the Western Caribbean and one is south of the Cape Verde Islands.
Both have a chance to develop in the days ahead.