New Jersey Hudson Valley Eastern Pa Sees A Delightful Friday Into Sunday
Sunshine Low Humidity
Looking ahead to Friday and the weekend for New Jersey, it is looking good overall. There aren’t many weekends left before the summer season comes to an end so I’m sure we would like the weather to be as good as it has been this summer. Most of the weekends have been dry and we have certainly had our fair share of heat. This weekend will be nice with no heat, reasonable temperatures and very low humidity. Starting with getaway day Friday we will see sunshine, a nice north breeze and dry air from Canada will send dew points into the 40s! Temperatures will be nice with highs mostly in the lower 80s in Northern New Jersey and the Hudson Valleyw with some cool spots not getting out of the 70s.
For South Jersey and the New Jersey shore Friday looks like a very nice day as well with sunshine and low humidity. Highs will reach the lower 80s just about everywhere. The northerly wind will keep the sea breeze from coming in until perhaps the late afternoon and it won’t have impact on high temperatures. Friday night will be nice and clear everywhere with lows in the 50s to around 60 except for 60-65 for those closer to warmer urban locations.
Saturday for all areas will be another sunny day with seasonal temperatures and low humidity. Most highs will be in the lower 80s. We will still have mostly a northwest wind though it will be on the light side and some local sea breezes could develop along shore locations. Saturday night will be nice and clear with lows again in the 50s to near 60 inland and 60 to 65 near warmer urban locations.
Sunday should be fine with sunshine for most of the day. Clouds could start to come in to areas in Eastern Pennsylvania later in the afternoon and perhaps reaching New Jersey and the Hudson Valley by evening but no rain is forecast. Eastern Pennsylvania highs will be in the mid to upper 70s and everywhere else should be in the low to mid 80s. Models are suggesting we could have some rain to deal with for the start of next week which will be welcomed news if we can put a dent in the very dry conditions.
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