The Nor’easter Aftermath: Alan’s Weather Blog
There were a couple of snowfall records yesterday. Atlantic City’s 2.5 inches broke the old record of 2 inches set in 1953. Newark’s 5.7 inches broke the old record of a little over 4 inches, which was set in 1981.
There was a lot more snow than that in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, up to a foot in Manchester and Toms River areas. It’s an incredible amount of snow, and something that I had not remotely thought that we would get. But we got it, nonetheless.
There was just some minor to moderate coastal flooding along the oceanfront, hopefully nothing too substantial. Winds were gusty and strong along the shore yesterday, but not overly terrific.
Leftover clouds may break for some sunshine this afternoon with highs in the 40s.
Clear and cold tonight in the 20s and low to mid 30s.
Mostly sunny for Friday with temps in the upper 40s to perhaps 50.
Passing clouds and sunshine Saturday in the low to mid 50s.
And sunny and milder 60s on Sunday, but cooler near the ocean.
All of this snow will be long gone by then.