Monday, March 4, 2013

Stormy for the Garden state by mid-week this week

Latest post: 10:30pm -- 3/4/2013

After a bright and chilly start to the new work-week, tonight will remain clear. Temperatures will drop to cold levels in the 20s across the Garden state.
On Tuesday, skies will be mostly sunny, with some increase in clouds late in the days. Highs will peak in the mid- to some upper 40s.
Tuesday night will be cloudy. Some rain is possible in extreme southern New Jersey well after midnight.

*** Wednesday and Wednesday night will be stormy ***
Details on the storm are not yet certain -- but heavy rain and/or snow is looking likely across the entire Garden state, as well as NYC and Long Island -- with amounts of rain or snow still needed to be determined by the track of this upcoming storm.
The peak of the storm will be Wednesday night into early Thursday morning.
Strong winds between 40 and 50mph is likely during the peak of the storm.
More specific information will be posted as conditions warrant, and more weather data becomes available.

The end of the week will turn out dry and milder.

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