Remaining Very Cold: Alan’s Weather Blog
Our latest snow event is moving out to sea, and as expected, a few inches plus fell along southern and coastal counties. A coating to less than an inch along Rt. 195, and especially, along the Route 1 corridor.
There were just some flurries north of Route 78.
Temperatures yesterday did not get any better than 15 to near 20. Newark got to 20, but besides that, mostly mid to upper teens.
High temperatures this afternoon will be no better than the low to middle 20s with returning sunshine and enough west-northwest wind to notice.
We look for a mostly clear night, heading back into the teens along the south coast, single digits and 10-12 elsewhere. So, it will be a very cold night coming up.
A sunny day for Thursday. Temperatures may recover to the upper 20s to around 30 with some luck.
Friday will have partly cloudy skies and temperatures pushing around 40 degrees during the afternoon.
Saturday, some precipitation during the afternoon or evening; rain or showers and maybe a bit of a wintry mix.
Any early precipitation ends on Super Bowl Sunday morning. Super Bowl evening, for the game, looks okay from here.