More Showers Evening Dry Colder Midweek
We have a warm front that is trying to push up from the south and as of late this afternoon it has made it through Southern New Jersey but it is having trouble getting the raw marine layer out of the way. A cold front is approaching and there will be more downpours this evening until about midnight or so. If the marine layer does get out of the way this evening there is the chance for some thunderstorms to develop.
The Storm Prediction Center has our area in a marginal risk for severe weather this evening as the cold front passes. The NAM 3 model has a narrow line of thunderstorms moving through and the possibility of a couple of stronger cells does exist though again the wind off the ocean and the marine air cut keep the storms in check. Once the front moves through weather conditions do improve later tonight and for Tuesday.
Radars are showing more showers and downpours firing up to the southwest. So far the radars are quiet from the standpoint of thunderstorms and they probably won’t start showing up on the radars until sometime this evening.
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Weather conditions improve on Tuesday with some sunshine and highs should reach into the lower 60s in most places. Wednesday brings the next front which marks the leading edge of colder air. That air comes in behind it and we don’t expect much weather with this other than clouds. Temperatures on Wednesday will reach the low 60s before readings begin to ease later in the day. Thursday morning we will be down in the 30s to some lower 40s and look for some frost and some areas could see their first freeze. Friday morning brings a second night of potential frost and freezes.
There are no changes to the long range going forward as another shot of cold air arrives over the weekend. We will be setting up for the chance for showers on Saturday before the cold air arrives for Sunday and Monday. This will be the coldest shot of air so far this season and that will carry us into the beginning of next week.
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