Warmer Weekend Expected (Sept 19-21)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr September 19, 2014 10:54

Warmer Weekend Expected (Sept 19-21)

Today should be the last cooler day before we moderate for the weekend. Once the winds switch to a southwesterly direction, warmth and humidity will trickle back into the region to close out the weekend. Let’s look at each day:

Friday afternoon high temperatures should stay in the upper-60s. It’s doubtful but not impossible that 70 will be broken. Winds will be 5-10mph out of the east with gusts to 15mph possible. Overnight lows then return to the 50s (40s in NWNJ).

Saturday should feel noticeably warmer with highs in the upper-70s (maybe 80 inland). The day could start off with a few clouds but eventually give way to plenty of sun. For most of the state, winds should be light out of the southwest. A southeast sea breeze is possible along barrier islands (coastal/SENJ). Overnight lows should then hover around 60.

Sunday should feel even a few degrees warmer with highs breaking 80 across the state. Winds will remain light out of the southwest before lows fall back into the 50s. With warmer ingredients on the table, an isolated shower or t-storm cannot be ruled out, especially in NWNJ. Only a small chance of that. Next week looks to start cooler and comfortable.

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Be safe and have a great weekend! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr September 19, 2014 10:54

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