Turning Much Cooler: Alan’s Weather Blog
High temperatures yesterday were right on the money with one exception.
Wrightstown, Burlington County reached 88, which was three degrees above my predicted high of 85. That was reached at Newark Liberty Airport, while everybody else was in the low to middle 80s. But, Wrightstown found a way.
Today will be noticeably cooler as a northeast wind overspreads the state. Temperatures will be settling into the 60s and will actually eventually fall into the 60s later today in far southern counties, where it may reach the 70s briefly this morning.
There may be a shower this morning or midday, otherwise it should be okay with noticeably cooler weather developing.
Some fog and drizzle tonight with lows mainly in the 50s.
Then some more fog and drizzle for a time Wednesday with highs in the upper 60s to near 70 well inland, but much cooler tomorrow near the ocean.
Early fog is possible Thursday, then clouds and some sunshine with highs from 75 to 80, but cooler at the coast.
Some rain and showers develop Friday. Some of it could be heavy later on.
It should be gone, though, in time to save the weekend.