High temperatures yesterday did not go above 47 in Atlantic City and Trenton. It was 46 degrees in Newark and Wrightstown. That's way below the mid to upper 50s that we should be seeing this time of the year
The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well with the exception of a few widely scattered, and very light showers in Central and Northern New Jersey yesterday afternoon. The high temperatures yesterday barley reached 70 degrees. 71 in Atlantic City was the topper. Trenton and Wrightstown did not get out of the upper 60s.
The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well. I said near 90 Saturday, but the only place that hit that mark was in far Southern New Jersey. It was 88 degrees in Atlantic City, but only in the low 80s in Trenton and Newark
High temperatures yesterday did not get out of the upper 60s. 66 in Newark, 67 in Atlantic City and Trenton and 68 in Mount Holly. There were a few late day showers, mostly in Northern Jersey, but much of the rest of the state had little to no rainfall
Monday's highest temperatures were generally in the middle 60s, although it reached briefly 70 far Southern New Jersey in Atlantic City. There was over a half an inch of rain in Newark, but much less rain in many other locations
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