NJ’s Weekend Forecast: Alan’s Weather Blog
High temperatures yesterday reached the low and middle 40s with some rain around in southern and coastal counties.
Maybe there was a change to some very light snow or flurries, but it amounted to little or nothing at all, as expected, while some were predicting 2 to 4 inches in Cape May County. That, to my way of thinking, never happened.
Today will be colder. We’ll have returning sunshine after, maybe, the chance of a few scattered early flurries, and a brisk wind with highs mostly in the mid to upper 30s this afternoon.
Cold tonight with statewide lows from 22 to 32 and a clear to partly cloudy sky.
Mostly sunny and milder tomorrow afternoon after a cold start. We’ll have a brisk wind again Saturday with highs from 45 to perhaps near 50.
Patchy clouds, sunshine, and windy Sunday well into the 40s.
And, as advertised, much colder for the early and middle part of next week, probably no better than the low 30s. Maybe even one of those days, no better than the upper 20s.
Have a good weekend.