Lates post: 12:30pm - 1/26/2014
Snow was the story on Saturday...
Colder temperatures have arrived for the second half of the weekend...
Highs will top out in the lower to some mid- 20s across the area, but a gusty wind makes it feel like the single digits at times.
Clouds are expected to increase during the day, as a weather system approaches the area.
Some light snow or flurries is possible by sunset, especially for northern and western sections of New Jersey.
Tonight can see some more light snow or flurries for the rest of the area. Temperatures remain steady, or even rise during the night.
Accumulations are not expected.
*** Another strong cold front arrives on Monday ***
Flurries and light snow accompanies this weather system...
The morning hours will be the mildest part of the day, with readings in the lower to mid- 30s.
Falling temperatures through the 20s are expected during the afternoon. A gusty wind keeps wind-chills in the single digits.
Monday night is forecast to see a continued drop in temperatures through the teens, along with a mainly clear sky, and a brisk breeze.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be partly sunny....
Temperatures early in the morning start out in the single digits, with some below-zero readings possible, along with some record-lows.
Highs only top out in the teens to around 20 degrees
* A moderation in temperatures expected for the end of the week *
Highs on Thursday reach the mid- to upper 20s.
Temperatures on Friday likely to break the freezing mark.
*** A storm from out west may affect our area by next Saturday or Sunday ***
Details are very uncertain, and will be determined in the coming days.