Monday, October 17, 2011

Alan's Weather - 10/17/11

The weekend worked out pretty much as expected. Temperatures were maybe just a shade above what I predicted, which was well into the 60s. Yesterday, it reached 72 in Atlantic City, 70 in Newark Liberty Airport; just a shade above my upper 60s that I predicted for Sunday.

Today, we'll have temperatures that will be at or just a shade above 70 after just the chance of a passing shower in northern and central Jersey around daybreak this morning or shortly thereafter. We should have some clouds breaking with sunshine and a brisk wind. As I said, temperatures will be perhaps in the low 70s this afternoon with no sea breeze. today as far as I can tell.

Now, there may be a disturbance coming through later tonight or first thing early Tuesday morning with just the chance of a light shower or sprinkle toward daybreak Tuesday morning. Otherwise, clouds and some sunshine tomorrow with temperatures in the upper 60s to perhaps the low 70s.

Then, a storm system coming out of Yucatan Peninsula in the southern Gulf of Mexico will tie up with a cold front and bring some pretty good rain and wind here for Wednesday later this week.

1 comment:

  1. Guess that this blog is now history since Alan hasn't made a single entry since Oct. 26th of this year. Time to take out the bookmark that opens this page with my other morning sites.