Chilly Weekend Expected (Oct 3-5)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr October 3, 2014 09:23

Chilly Weekend Expected (Oct 3-5)

A cold front attached to Canadian low pressure will be swinging through the New Jersey region tonight through tomorrow. Behind it lies the coldest weather of fall so far. Rain will be falling ahead of this frontal passage and likely clear by early tomorrow afternoon. Lets look at each day:

Friday will will start off chilly but eventually climb into the upper 60s and lower 70s in the afternoon. Light winds will swing from SE to S/SW all day ahead of the cold front. Skies should start pretty clear but eventually clouds will increase heading into sunset. Rain should then fall overnight as lows hover around 60 statewide.

Saturday should start out wet but eventually clear and give way to a breezy (even gusty) afternoon-forward. The back edge of precipitation will be clearing out to sea between late morning and early afternoon. Coastal NJ and NENJ will be the last to clear. Light to moderate winds will rock from S to NW as the front passes by. That should allow the sun to hang out for a good portion of the day as highs reach the upper 60s and lower 70s. Temperatures will take a noticeable dive going into the overnight hours with lows in the 40s (upper 30s in NWNJ).

Sunday should put the entire state into fall mode as highs top out in the lower 60s statewide. There will be plenty of sunshine and a stiff westerly breeze (10-12 mph). Highs then drop to the 50s overnight into Monday. As of now, the week looks to start warmer as temperatures moderate back to highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s.

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Be safe and have a great weekend! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr October 3, 2014 09:23

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