Showers Around New Jersey: Alan’s Weather Blog
High temperatures yesterday reached as warm as 70 in Wrightstown, Burlington County to as cool as 66 at Newark Liberty Airport.
Today’s highs will be in the low 70s, despite the fact that there could be a few showers or possibly a thunderstorm around this morning. In parts of the state, only this afternoon, there’s still the chance of a shower. That may be true of Central and North Jersey. Southern counties after 1 or 2PM, may be rain-free. Lower 70s, but cooler near the water.
Just the chance of a brief shower the early part of the night. Otherwise, some clearing and cooler with lows in the 50s.
A sunny start tomorrow, then a mix of clouds and sunshine should develop fairly quickly during the day, and a few highs should be in the 60s to near 70 Saturday afternoon.
Becoming partly sunny Sunday in the mid 60s.
We start to warm up early next week with some sunshine, well into the 60s to possibly 70 Monday. And it may be at least in the low 70s away from the ocean by Tuesday of next week.