Latest post: 6:15pm -- 10/22/2013
The cold front is on schedule to bring colder air into the region beginning tonight...
During this process, a weather system will bring the area some wet weather on Wednesday.
This will not be a heavy rain-maker, and will be a fairly quick-mover.
Between one-tenth to one-quarter of an inch of rain (0.10" - 0.25") is expected.
The higher amounts are expected for coastal New Jersey and Long Island, with the lower amounts forecast for most of northwestern New Jersey. Sussex and Warren counties in the Garden state may see even less than one-tenth of an inch of rain.
The wet weather ends by mid- late afternoon.
Temperatures tomorrow may rise into the lower 50s early before falling back into the 40s.
The bigger weather story, as has been well-advertised, will be colder nights for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, where a freeze is possible, ending the growing season. Highs these days only top out in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
More details will be fine-tuned as the weather system gets organized. Radar images will help in determining the forecasted rainfall amounts.