Summery Week Expected (Aug 25-29)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr August 24, 2014 21:06

Summery Week Expected (Aug 25-29)

Lots of high pressure will be moving throughout the region this week. We’re looking pretty good to start while flow remains out of the east. At some point the winds will switch to the SW which will bring humidity up from the northern Gulf states. Naturally this will come with the threat of afternoon isolated thunderstorms and possibly a more concentrated storms as we approach the weekend. Also, Cristobal will be passing out to sea mid-week so watch out for intensified surf. Let’s break it down:

Monday should be mostly sunny and pleasant with highs in the low to mid-80s and overnight lows ~60 (a little colder in NWNJ). Winds will be light out of the east.

Tuesday should be mostly sunny with highs in the mid-80s. Interior regions could reach the upper 80s. Light winds will shift to the southwest with the exception of a possible southeast sea breeze along the barrier islands of coastal New Jersey. Lows should then fall into the 60s.

Wednesday should feel hot and muggy with temperatures approaching 90 inland (80s near the coast). Skies should be partly cloudy. With dominant southwest flow from the northern Gulf state region, humidity should noticeably increase. Can’t rule out afternoon thunderstorms. Lows should then drop to the mid-60s overnight.

Thursday looks similar to Wednesday but just a few degrees cooler. Highs in the 80s with southwest flow and humidity again. There’s probably a better chance of storms on Thursday with a frontal passage. That should then drop temps into the 50s. I’ll be keeping an eye on timing as we approach.

Friday will be noticeably cooler with highs struggling to break 80 statewide. Winds should be about 5-10mph out of the south with variable clouds. An early peek at the weekend indicates a good start but possibly unsettled conditions to close out the holiday.

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Image Credit: Sit for a moment? by Greg Molyneux Photography. Be safe and have a great week! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr August 24, 2014 21:06

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