Unseasonably Mild Today: Alan’s Weather Blog
High temperatures Monday reached 68 at the airport in Atlantic City, which was just one degree short of the record set there in 1998 of 69. It was middle 60′s elsewhere.
Today, we could be up to near 70 in spots. After the chance of an early shower and patchy fog, clouds, some sunshine and unseasonably mild near 70, but much cooler along the coast.
Watch for the chance of a few passing showers overnight with statewide lows from the mid 40s to mid 50s.
After the chance of an early shower tomorrow, mainly along the coast, returning sunshine with a brisk wind developing. Highs will be in the upper 50s to maybe 60, at best.
Mostly sunny and colder Thursday with highs in the mid 40s.
Temperatures will start to moderate a bit by Friday in the mid 40s to near 50 with some sunshine.
Over the weekend, a mix of sun and passing clouds. A shower can’t be ruled out either day, although, hopefully most of the time, both days will be rain-free.