Not as Cold Today: Alan’s Weather Blog
Well, I predicted low to mid 20s yesterday, and it was mostly low 20s, but Atlantic City’s 26 came through.
Remember, the normal high is 39 to 42, so we were still pretty much colder than normal.
Today’s temperatures should recover to the low to perhaps mid 30s with a mix of sunshine and clouds, so that’s a bit better.
One thing we have to note is the Trenton flooding along the Delaware River, mostly in Bucks County along River Road. Part of that is closed, probably from the Calhoun Street Bridge over to Black Rock Road. Keep that in mind if you travel into Pennsylvania.
There also may be some issues in West Trenton, as well.
Mostly cloudy tonight with maybe a few late flurries in the 20s, but lower 30s along the south coast.
Variable clouds and some sun tomorrow in the milder low to middle 40s.
Some rain and very mild on Saturday with highs from the mid 50s to low 60s. Incredible stuff.
Some sunshine returns Sunday with highs around 50 or so during the afternoon.