I love September weather. And there will come his early September days when at least a day (or maybe two) will be perfectly sunny, dry and mild. However, the Atlantic remains a mess, so there are still some coastal concerns to mention.
The second half of the weekend tends to be ‘fuzzy’ as clouds and raindrops return to the forecast. In fact, the entire period from Sunday to Monday to Tuesday will be unstable. It looks like total rainfall will increase by an inch in that time frame. That’s good news, especially since his two-thirds of New Jersey is officially in drought at this time.
We are all sunny heading into Friday morning. A comfortable start to the day.comfortably How nice In the spot, temperatures in the inland are in the 50s.
Friday will be mostly sunny, no rain, and low humidity. Temperatures vary seasonally, meaning they are very close to the long-term average for this time of year. As the sun rises, the thermometer quickly rises to about 80 degrees. Overall, a great day.
This beautiful forecast has one wrinkle. That’s the Jersey Shore. Friday will see northeasterly winds that have been churning the seas since mid-week. As such, there is a high risk of dangerous rip currents, and ocean wave heights are steady at 3-5 feet.
Additionally, minor category flooding along the tide should again be noted at high tide on Friday evening. It’s around 8pm along the Atlantic, 11pm in Okuwan, and close to 2am on the Delaware River.
Friday night is very similar to the night before. Mainly clear, mild, dry and comfortable. The lowest temperature again he drops to around 60 degrees.
It looks good. Most of the time.
We needed a little more cloud cover for Saturday. Let’s say “partly sunny”. It looks like the hottest day of the week, with highs around 80-85 degrees. Humidity levels are kept relatively low, however, to keep steam bugs at bay.
A late Saturday shower (5pm) is not impossible. However, the forcing is not great and there is very little available moisture. If something happens, it is light and isolated. A higher chance of rain will hold up later in the weekend.
This prediction was also slightly off. Based on the latest forecast model data, scattered showers are expected to dampen New Jersey anytime on Sunday.
Will it be a complete washout? No. Precipitation is also relatively light, with less than a tenth of an inch total precipitation during the day. Bands and thunder of the heavier ones are likely to hold out until the juicy air hits late Sunday night.
Sunday, on the other hand, will be cloudy and humid. (At least it’s not overly tropical because the dew point he hits the 60s.)
Sunday’s highs will cool slightly to 70 degrees as a result of clear cloud cover and potential rain.
Perhaps the epicenter of the next wet weather. Still, I don’t see a “perfectly washed out” soaker. (For example, there is no such thing as last Tuesday.)
However, the abundance of atmospheric moisture increases the concern of local heavy rainfall (total precipitation exceeding 1 inch). Also, given the humidity and relative warmth in the air, thunder is likely. (Bad weather is unlikely.)
So Monday doesn’t seem like a good day for long hours of activity. You might see the sunshine between the raindrops. Also, the maximum temperature he will reach in the high 70s to around 80s. It’s also probably the wettest day of the week.
Tuesday & Beyond
The raindrops will likely continue Tuesday morning through noon before we see any improvement. The day could start with heavy rain again. But I’m optimistic that the sky will start to lighten by late afternoon or early Tuesday afternoon. This will help push the high temperatures back to 80 degrees and above.
Wednesday will benefit from the arrival of a much drier and slightly cooler air mass. This brings back the beautiful September weather. Sunny skies, late 70’s, occasional breeze.
The last weekend of summer will again see extremely dry weather.In fact another explosion For real Dry air could bring widespread lows in the 40s by next weekend. A taste of autumn?
Dan Zarrow is Chief Meteorologist at Townsquare Media New Jersey. follow him on Facebook or twitter Latest forecast and real-time weather forecast.
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