Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Passing showers, then colder for New Jersey metro area

Latest post: 3/13/2013 -- 6:00pm

After a mild and rainy day on Tuesday, colder temperatures are moving in as of this post...
Temperatures were around 50 degrees only a few hours ago, and as of 6pm, readings have dropped well down into the 40s...
A passing shower is possible as colder air continues to move in, and then skies will clear after sunset.
Skies will be mainly clear overnight, with lows falling into the 20s for much of New Jersey, and Long Island -- with NYC falling to around the freezing mark...

Thursday will be partly sunny, with a slight chance for a rain-shower once again, with highs only topping out in the upper 30s and lower 40s area-wide.
Tomorrow night will be clear and cold .. with temperatures dropping into the 20s for all areas.
Friday will be mainly sunny, with highs in the middle 40s...

The weekend will start off with some unsettled weather on Saturday -- with a mix of rain and snow -- the details of who will see what, and how much, if any, accumulation is uncertain at this time. Highs will be around 40.
Sunday will be windy with mostly sunny skies and similar temperatures.

Another storm is possible early next week.

Check out my video forecast:
​Video is from around 11:30am Wednesday morning​.

Rain and snow in parts of the east as of this radar image Original radar image: 6:00pm - 3/13/2013

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