Winter Blast On The Way: Alan’s Weather Blog
Wednesday’s high temperatures, as expected, reached the low 40s. Although, the Trenton-Mercer County Airport only reached the 39.
The normal high is 40-43, so we were pretty close.
Now, we are going to have a storm situation coming up, especially for later Friday and Friday night.
It will become mostly cloudy and colder today with highs just in the 30s.
Some snow or a wintry mix develops later tonight, mainly rain south coast with statewide lows from 28 to 38.
Mainly rain will take over in South, and perhaps, Central Jersey Friday, while some snow or a mix continues in Northwest Counties. Temps will be 22 to 32. But, it will change back to snow Friday night into Saturday.
That’s when we expect as much as 4 to 8 inches of snow possible Friday night and Saturday in North Jersey.
Up to 4 inches possible in Central Counties.
And 1 to 3 inches perhaps in Southern Counties.
Sunday looks fine, regardless, near 40 or better than.