Latest post: 6:30pm -- 10/12/2013
Rain coming to an end for southern New Jersey...
Tonight is expected to be mainly cloudy, as the brisk wind from the east brings in moisture from the Atlantic Ocean.
Some drizzle and patchy fog are possible. Temperatures slowly fall through the 60s into the upper 50s by morning.
A gusty wind continues as well.
Sunday can start out with some clouds and fog, and even a touch of drizzle, but the sun will begin to shine by late morning, and last for the afternoon. Temperatures top out in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Monday and Tuesday remain storm-free. Each morning could begin with some clouds, but the afternoons are forecast to be mainly sunny. Highs reach around 70 each day, with some-what cooler readings along the shore.
By Wednesday, the next weather front will be approaching, so an increase in clouds, and a chance of showers exist by late in the day or at night.
There is the possibility this weather system may stall, continuing the threat for wet weather for Thursday and Friday as well.
More details in the coming days.
*** Shore areas may still continue to experience rough surf during high tide on Sunday. Use caution. ***