Storm Heads Our Way: Alan’s Weather Blog
Our storm is going to be just moving inland to the eastern seaboard and up the coast today, reaching New Jersey by late tonight or first thing early tomorrow morning.
That means rain with maybe a wintry mix starts to develop today, especially this afternoon. Highs will only be in the 30s in NW Jersey, but in the 40s elsewhere, and maybe a few 50s in far South Jersey.
Rain tonight, heavy at times, and windy with some temperatures rising through the 50s.
The rain will be heavy again, to start, tomorrow morning. It starts to taper off tomorrow afternoon. We should get, at least, a couple inches of rain. Most of the issues should be with highways. There shouldn’t be any issues with rivers, at least not at the present time.
Temperatures will be in the 50s tomorrow before falling late in the day. We’re not mentioning any change to snow or flurries by late tomorrow or tomorrow night. It will be just tapering off and ending.
Partly sunny, windy, cold and dry for Thanksgiving Day with most highs in the 30s. It’ll feel colder because of a gusty wind.