Cold Weekend Expected with Wintry End (Jan 30-Feb 1)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr January 29, 2015 17:04

Cold Weekend Expected with Wintry End (Jan 30-Feb 1)

Once the clipper clears out tomorrow, below-average temperatures will move in behind and dominate the entire weekend. Friday and Saturday look dry but a snow storm could move in Sunday night and impact the region into Tuesday morning. Let’s look at each day:

Friday should reach high temperatures in the morning in the low-to-mid 30s and slowly descend into Friday night. It might start cloudy and snowy but should eventually give way to lingering clouds and maybe some sunshine before sundown. Winds should be stiff out of the NW (10-15mph with gusts to 30mph). Overnight lows should drop into the single digits and teens.

Saturday should struggle to get out of the 20s statewide but feature plenty of sunshine. Winds will still be stiff out of the NW. Overnight lows then range from 10-20 NWNJ to SENJ.

Superbowl Sunday should range from upper-20s to lower-30s for high temperatures as clouds gradually increase during the day. Winds will remain out of the NW to start but lighter than Friday and Saturday. Eventually winds will switch to the NE and snow should move in between early evening and midnight (possibly during the game). Temperatures should drop into the teens and lower-20s overnight making for high snow ratios. As of right now it looks like New Jersey will see the northern side of the storm’s precipitation shield. Anything from minor to significant snowfall accumulations are possible. I’ll have more detail on this later tonight in my storm analysis post (by 9PM). Regardless of how much snow falls, next week looks to start very cold as we remain locked in a wintry pattern.

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Be safe and have a great weekend! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr January 29, 2015 17:04

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