Variable Clouds And A Brisk Wind: Alan’s Weather Blog
The normal high temperature now is 64 or 65.
We were a long way from that yesterday; 51 to 53 and only 49 at Wrightstown, Burlington County.
We have a disturbance off the East Coast, which is going to take most, if not all, of its rain showers offshore.
There’s a chance this morning and through lunchtime that there could be a few sprinkles of light rain along and near the coastline. But, that is just the chance.
Otherwise, lots of clouds most of the day, or perhaps some clearing toward evening. High temperatures today will probably be no better than the low 50s. Guidance wants to have it as high as mid 50s, but that may be pushing the envelope just a bit.
Tonight, with some clearing skies, temperatures will be in the chilly 40s with a few 30s around.
Noticeably warmer tomorrow with some sunshine much of the day. High temperatures tomorrow could make the low to perhaps mid 70s, believe it or not. It’ll be noticeably cooler with a gusty south wind near the beach and boardwalks.
Thursday looks okay from here, though it’ll be cooler.
Most, if not all, of the upcoming weekend looks okay, at least as of now.