Latest post: 11:15am -- 10/22/2013
The sun we have been enjoying this morning will fade to cloudiness moving in from Pennsylvania.
These clouds are in association with a cold front that will change our weather for the middle and end of this week.
A shower is possible at any point this afternoon and tonight as this front approaches and crosses through our area.
Highs today top out between 65 and 70 degrees.
Tonight's temperatures drop into the 50s this evening, to around 50 degrees overnight, and into the 40s by wake-up on Wednesday.
A colder air mass will already be felt by morning tomorrow. Skies are expected to be cloudy, as a weather disturbance comes close to the region. There remains uncertainty from the overnight and this morning's weather maps, but enough data appears to indicate at least some light rain from time to time. It is not out of the question that some wet snow-flakes can mix in, especially for northwestern New Jersey. Temperatures start out in the 50s, but will drop into the 40s during the course of the afternoon.
A gusty breeze will be felt as well.
Tomorrow night turns partly cloudy. Cold temperatures drop to between 40 and 45 degrees, with mid-30s in the suburbs.
Thursday and Friday begin with cold morning temperatures in the low to mid- 30s for most areas, which may put an end to the growing season. Afternoon temperatures on Thursday will be around 55 degrees, and only around 50 on Friday.
Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy, with some sprinkles possible, with even some flurries in northwestern NJ.
The weekend weather is not expected to change much, with cold morning, and chilly afternoons, with partly sunny skies.
Some milder weather may return by next week.
An update on rain chances for tomorrow will be posted this afternoon.