Latest post: 9:30am -- 1/30/2014
After waking up to single digits and teens this morning, a shift to a westerly wind direction is expected to push temperatures into the mid- to upper 20s in the afternoon. Some areas may touch 30 degrees as well later today.
Tonight will be clear early, with some clouds arriving after midnight.
It is not forecast to be as cold, with lows falling into the upper teens for northern and western New Jersey, as well as parts of Long Island, to the low and mid- 20s elsewhere.
Friday turns out partly to mostly cloudy. Milder temperatures end the week, with highs topping out in the upper 30s to lower 40s.
Precipitation is not expected.
Friday night remains cloudy. Temperatures fall into the mid- 30s by midnight.
The weather system from out west moves east into our area for this weekend...
*** Some light snow may fall in northern New Jersey, NYC, and Long Island early Saturday morning ***
This should end between 11am - Noon. A dusting of new snow is possible. Farther to the south, snow is not forecast at this time, but will be monitored.
The rest of the day will be mainly cloudy. Temperatures reach between 40 - 45 degrees.
*** Super Bowl Sunday forecast ***
A cold front will be weakening as it approaches our region...
The best chance for rain-showers looks to be in the morning.
However, a passing light shower can not be ruled out in the afternoon, or during game-time in the early evening.
Temperatures at kick-off should be in the upper 30s to lower 40s.
By half-time, readings drop into the mid- 30s.
Monday should see this weather system clear the area, with sunshine returning...
Temperatures will be colder, reaching the 30s.
Rain or snow may return again by Tuesday.