Another Warm Weekend Expected (Sept 26-28)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr September 26, 2014 07:45 Updated

Another Warm Weekend Expected (Sept 26-28)

The coastal storm is now pulling away from the region to the SE as high pressure moves in from the W/NW. This will place New Jersey in an area of N/NE flow tomorrow before high pressure takes full control for a pleasant warmer weekend. Let’s look at each day:

Friday could start a little cloudy but should eventually give way to more sun. Regardless, it will be pleasant with highs ranging from lower to mid-70s and a nice N/NE breeze. Marine areas could still see some gusty periods off the very back side of the departing coastal low. Overnight lows will then drop into the 50s (upper-40s in NWNJ).

Saturday is looking pretty good with mostly sunny highs in the upper-70s/lower-80s. Winds will remain light to moderate rocking from N to E before lows fall back into the 50s overnight.

Sunday should be nice, clear, and warm with highs in the upper-70s/lower-80s. With high pressure randomly floating through, light winds could shift slightly to a southerly direction, especially inland. Overnight lows then fall into the 50s. Next week looks to start a downward trend in temperatures as this weekend could be the last NJ weekend in the 80s until next year.

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Be safe and have a great weekend! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr September 26, 2014 07:45 Updated

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