Variable Clouds Today: Alan’s Weather Blog
My prediction of high temperatures yesterday in the mid 40s worked out perfectly.
The highest reading we could find was Mount Holly’s 46, and that’s also what Trenton-Mercer County Airport was. Everybody else was 45 or so.
Today will be a touch milder with variable clouds and some sunshine. Highs this afternoon will range from 48 to 53.
Mostly cloudy and milder tonight, upper 30s and low 40s in a few spots, but low 50s along the south coast.
Milder tomorrow with a Friday high of 55 to perhaps near 60. There could be a passing shower in spots, but not everywhere.
Then maybe a better chance of a few showers Friday night.
I think most showers will be over or ending by late Friday night or very early Saturday morning. It’ll become partly sunny and cooler Saturday with some highs only in the 40s.
Then, a windy and cold Sunday, with some sunshine. High temperatures will just be in the 30s, and the wind will make it feel even colder than that.
We may have a storm threat by the middle of next week. Whether it’s rain or snow, we don’t know just yet.