Partly Sunny and Warmer: Alan’s Weather Blog
The normal high temperature for New Jersey, as of today, is about 71 degrees.
It was 74 and 75 in a few places yesterday, so above normal.
We are going to be much above normal the next few days here in the Garden State. With a partly sunny sky today, it will be warmer, around 80 or so.
I’m not so sure there will be any sea breeze, of any consequences, at the beaches today. So, it may be almost as warm at the shore with no worse than a partly sunny sky.
Some clear skies tonight, not as cool, but in the 50s. It will be warmer 60s in urban and coastal areas.
Mostly sunny for tomorrow with a Wednesday high in the low to middle 80s.
Some sunshine, patchy clouds Thursday with a high around 80 or so. It will definitely be cooler near the ocean.
We will probably be rain-free Friday, although it may be a close-call.
As we head into the weekend, Saturday looks okay. Showers may hold off until later Sunday, if we have some luck.
Speaking of luck, I’m going to be off for the next couple of days. I’ll see you next Monday.