Storm Quietly Moves Out: Alan’s Weather Blog
High temperatures yesterday reached the low 40s, and there was a big difference in the precipitation amounts.
Atlantic City had almost an inch, a little over 8/10. Trenton-Mercer County Airport had less than 1/10 of an inch. There was not much rain around in parts of Central and North Jersey yesterday.
And of course, the change to wet snow really never happened as the storm pulled away far enough. By the time enough cold air changed it over to snow in parts of the shore, that was it. There was only a coating in a few spots in South Jersey, but that was it.
We look for some tidal flooding to continue at the times of high tide today and Friday. Still windy with some spotty light rain or wet snow possible and highs in the 40s. But, some went snow may move through part of the state tonight, especially in Central and North Jersey, where an inch or two is possible in the low 30s.
A bit of wet snow and light rain the first part of Friday, and windy again in the low 40s.
Sunny and milder Saturday with highs in the low 50s.
Some sunshine and arriving clouds, 50 to 55, for Sunday.
A much better weekend is ahead.