Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Not as bright or as warm for parts of NJ metro today

Not as bright or as warm for parts of NJ metro today
Latest post: 4/10/2013 -- 9:00am

After a bright and warm Monday and Tuesday for the area, a couple of weather fronts will be changing our weather for the second half of this week...
The position of this weather front will separate the 80-degree temperatures and 70-degree temperatures this afternoon. This front will also produce some showers and thunderstorms as well.

As of this post, based on the early morning weather maps, the best chance for 80 temperatures will be in Warren, Morris, Union, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, and Monmouth counties and points south in NJ, where more sun is expected before some rain arrives later today.
Farther north, for the rest of NJ, including NYC and Long Island, the sun will me more limited, keeping temperatures in check, holding in the lower 70s or so, before the wet weather arrives.
Any slight shift north with this front will warm more areas to 80 degrees, and keep the rain away...

Tonight has a continued chance for showers and thunderstorms, with lows dropping into the 50s once again for much of the area,

Thursday will see a significant drop in temperatures, as that weather front will drop through the entire area -- keeping the skies mainly cloudy, with some drizzle or light rain possible.

Another weather system will bring a heavier rain and windy conditions, with thunderstorms possible, Thursday night into Friday.
Friday's temperatures will top out in the lower 60s.

The weekend will dry out, with cool temperatures in the 50s to around 60 degrees, along with a brisk breeze.

Radar image with this post is from 8:45am -- 4/10/2013

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