Monday, November 11, 2013

Colder -- with a weather system approaching NJ metro

Latest post: 4:25pm -- 11/11/2013

A strong cold front approaches tonight, and moves through early Tuesday morning...
Clouds will lead to some rain-showers after midnight, as temperatures drop from the 50s into the 40s overnight.

Wake-up readings on Tuesday will be down into the mid- and upper 30s, when some wet snow may mix in with the rain.

Rain and wet snow, on the light side, can continue through mid- morning, with temperatures around 40 degrees.
Snow accumulations are not expected.
Highs tomorrow only reach the low 40s, along with a brisk breeze.
Clouds may give way to some sunshine in the afternoon.

Tomorrow evening turns colder, with readings falling into the 30s.

Wednesday morning will wake up to temperatures in the 20s for all of NJ and Long Island, to around 30 degrees for New York City.
** A freeze watch is in effect for NYC and all of Long Island **

Wednesday's highs top out in the lower 40s once again, with mostly sunny skies, along with a gusty wind.

Thursday and Friday stay bright, as it turns milder. Highs reach 50 to 55 degrees.

The weekend forecast is uncertain...
At this point, Sunday looks to be the wet day.

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