Mild Week Expected (Mar 9-13)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr March 8, 2015 20:38

Mild Week Expected (Mar 9-13)

Aside from some rain and possible wintry mix in the higher elevations, we’re looking pretty mild this week. Let’s break it down:

Monday should reach the upper 40s-mid 50s for high temperatures. Skies should be mostly sunny with the exception of some high-altitude friendly clouds. Expect a light breeze out of the W/NW. Overnight lows should range from 20-30 (NWNJ to SENJ).

Tuesday should again reach the upper 40s-lower 50s for high temperatures. Clouds should gradually increase with rain expected anytime after noon. Winds will be light out of the S. Rainfall should continue overnight as lows drop into the upper 30s and lower 40s.

Wednesday should be the warmest day of the week. While interior and higher elevations of NJ should reach into the 50s, I think the coastal plain has a shot at breaking 60. The morning could start out wet but should clear by afternoon. Winds should be very tranquil if any. Overnight lows then drop into the upper 20s and lower 30s thanks to the cold front that will follow the rain.

Thursday should reach 50 statewide. NWNJ might struggle to get out of the 40s. Expect mostly sunny skies with light northerly winds. Overnight lows then drop back into the 20s and 30s.

Friday should reach the 40s statewide as some more rain moves in by afternoon. Expect light easterly winds all day. Interior and higher elevations of NWNJ are subject to overnight wintry precipitation but likely just rain SE of the turnpike.

An early look at the weekend indicates that rain (coastal plain) and a wintry mix (interior NJ/NWNJ) could last into Saturday morning, yielding an improved Saturday night. I’ll be watching the Friday-Saturday period all week. Sunday and beyond looks much better with 50s and 60s likely.

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Be safe and have a great week! JC

 

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr March 8, 2015 20:38

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