Friday, January 31, 2014

Super Bowl weekend weather forecast for NJ metro

Latest post: 10:00am -- 1/31/2014

Clouds and milder temperatures end the week, and the month, of January...
Some light snow and flurries have been falling in northwestern New Jersey, but this will be ending shortly after this post.
The afternoon is expected to see mostly cloudy conditions, with some peeks of sun possible. Highs will make a run at 40 degrees later today.

Tonight remains mainly cloudy, with some patchy fog as well...

Some light snow or rain may arrive for extreme northern and northwestern parts of the Garden state after midnight. Accumulations are not expected at this time.
Lows only fall slightly, into the lower and mid- 30s.

Saturday is forecast to see clouds through mid-day, with some brightening in the afternoon. Temperatures top out in the mid- 40s for much of the region.
Saturday night only falls into the mid- to upper 30s, with clouds continuing.

*** Super Bowl Sunday forecast for Met Life Stadium/ NJ metro ***

The morning hours will see a bit of rain and drizzle, with temperatures in the upper 30s, rising into the lower 40s.

Lunch-time weather conditions are expected to be mostly cloudy, with some breaks of sun -- and temperatures between 40-45.
There is a 30% chance of light showers.

****** Game-time weather will see a temperature of 48 degrees, and mostly cloudy skies. There is only a 20% chance of a passing shower. Winds will be a bit brisk -- between 10 - 15 mph ******

** I am still watching for the possibility of some snow after midnight Sunday night into Monday **
However, latest indications continue to push the storm track to our south. Later model trends will be monitored for any changes.
Highs on Monday will be colder, reaching the mid- to upper 30s.

Increasing clouds move in on Tuesday, with temps in the 30s.
Rain, or a change from snow to rain, is expected on Wednesday.

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