Nor’easter Coming To New Jersey: Alan’s Weather Blog
Tuesday’s high temperatures were no better than the mid to upper 40s. We should be in the upper 50s to almost 60, so way below normal.
Our coastal storm is on track. A wind advisory inland, a high wind warning near the shore through tonight. There could be coastal flooding at the times of high tide early this afternoon along the oceanfront and during the early morning hours late tonight. At least moderate flooding during the time of high tide.
Rain will be heavy, at times, today with some wet snow mixing in parts of the state and winds from 30 to 40 MPH with gusts over 50. Temps will be in the 30s and low 40s.
Rain and wet snow tonight with anything from a slushy accumulation up to a couple of inches.
I’m in a little bit of a disagreement with the weather service. They are going with as much as 2-4 to 3-5 inches in spots. I think that is a little bit on the high side, but we’ll see how that works out. A slushy accumulation to a possible inch overnight. Strong winds will continuing from 30 to 40 with higher gusts.
Drying out tomorrow, still windy with temperatures in the low 40s.
Sunny and a bit milder Friday near 50.
Partly sunny Saturday, well into the 50s.
Temperatures will be well into the 60s with sunshine Sunday.
Something to look forward to.