Nov 9: Rain Approaching
A disorganized area of low pressure will track up the east coast overnight and through tomorrow. This should bring a decent amount of precipitation and light onshore flow to New Jersey and surrounding areas. The northern edge of precipitation is already approaching from our S/SW so rain is possible anytime this evening through early Wednesday AM, with the majority of it falling tomorrow.
Here’s the total expected precipitation from now through early Wednesday AM as seen on the 12Z run of the high-res 4km NAM model:
So basically nothing crazy here, .25-1.25 inches of rain and mild-to-moderate wind off the ocean. Maximum wind gusts should reach 20mph along the coast and be less felt inland. Nuisance outdoor weather but good soup weather. We clear for Wednesday but possibly face another round of rain just before the weekend, which still looks good as of now. Be safe! JC