Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Alan's Weather - 09/27/11

High temperatures Monday reached the upper 70s and low 80s; low 80s in Newark, Trenton, and Wrightstown, Burlington County. That's almost 9 or 10 degrees above the normal high of 72 or 73.

Today, we'll have clouds and some sunshine after early fog gets out of the way. There's still the chance of a shower late, especially near the Delaware River, but most of the state today will be okay. Some highs of 78 to 82, but cooler along the coast.

And some showers should move through the night with areas of fog again with some lows back in the 60s, but 70 or so south coast.

Some showers still seem likely during the course of Wednesday with highs back in the 70s.

And some showers still moving through Thursday with a few highs around 80 or close to it, but cooler again Thursday near the ocean.

As we head into Friday, we should start to dry out and improve, and turn cooler. And that cooling trend should be lasting into the upcoming weekend. I suppose a sprinkle can't be ruled out in the afternoon or evening hours this weekend. For the most part, though, it should be dry. And that is certainly welcome.

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