NJ’s Weekend Forecast: Alan’s Weather Blog
As usual, we’ll review the high temperatures from Thursday.
It only reached 35 in a couple of spots, Atlantic City and Wrightstown, Burlington County hit as cold as 33, so upper 30s to low 40s was a ways off.
Today, high temperatures will be near 40 or upper 30s, for sure. It’ll become mostly sunny. I think any clouds around, in part of the state, should give way to mostly sunny skies during the day.
Mainly clear for the night upcoming with some lows back in the 20s, but 30 or so along the south coast.
Lots of sunshine for most, if not all, of Saturday. High temperatures will be around 40.
There could be a few late night or early Sunday morning flurries, in parts of Central and North Jersey — just the chance. Otherwise, clouds and some sunshine with Sunday’s highs statewide from low to perhaps mid 40s.
Very mild weather will move in, especially for the middle part of next week. The next chance of some rain or showers could come as early as Wednesday, or perhaps holding off until Thursday.