Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Cold for the next few days in New Jersey

Radar image as of this post: 12:15pm - 2/20/2013

After a rainy Tuesday with temperatures in the 40s, today has turned much colder, along with a gusty wind. Highs for Wednesday will struggle to reach 35 degrees, with windchill readings in the teens to around 20.
Tonight will be clear, and we should see the wind relax a bit, but it will be very cold, with low temperatures dropping into the teens for much of the Garden state.
Tomorrow will remain breezy, with a mix of sun and clouds, and highs, once again, around 35 degrees.

The next storm will take its time to arrive from the middle of the nation, and will not yet be here on Friday. We may notice some clouds for the afternoon, but it will stay dry.

The weather models may be coming into better agreement once this storm arrives for the New Jersey/NYC metro area. As of today (and this may change), the weather charts indicate rain for our area on Saturday, which could also continue into Sunday.
This will be monitored through the end of the week

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