Cold, Wet & Windy Weekend Expected (Oct 31-Nov 2)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr October 30, 2014 20:38

Cold, Wet & Windy Weekend Expected (Oct 31-Nov 2)

Tomorrow looks decent for trick or treating but all eyes are on the coastal storm that will form from two different low pressure disturbances. New Jersey impacts include cold rain and gusty winds on Saturday followed by a temperature drop Saturday night into Sunday with noticeable wind chills. Lets look at each day:

Friday should feature high temperatures in the upper 50s with plenty of sun. Winds should be light out of the E/NE before overnight lows drop into the 40s.

Saturday should start out wet as the first piece of energy gets going off coastal NJ. Expect rainfall amounts between .5-1 inch along with 30+mph wind gusts along the shore. Impacts will be less felt inland but still a nuisance through afternoon/early evening hours. The other piece of energy will be swinging through with little to no impact to NJ. Eventually these two pieces of energy will consolidate and form a major storm for E. New England by Saturday night. At that point, New Jersey will be feeling the western side of the storm in the form of strong northerly winds. At this point there is only a micro chance that precipitation ends as flurries…cold rain is the most likely scenario for New Jersey. Highs should reach the mid 50s before overnight lows fall into the 30s and 40s. Add the gusty winds and wind chills could easily drop into the 20s.

Sunday might fail to escape the 40s for high temperatures but it will be dry and clearing. Winds will be strong out of the N/NW with gusts in excess of 30mph. This will again create a noticeable wind chill situation, especially when overnight lows drop into the lower-30s. Temperatures should moderate back to seasonably average levels starting early next week.

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Be safe and have a great weekend! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr October 30, 2014 20:38

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