Friday, October 7, 2011

Alan's Weekend Weather - 10/07/11

High temperatures Thursday reached around or just a shade over 70; 71 at Newark Liberty Airport, 70 in Atlantic City, 69 Trenton and Wrightstown, Burlington County.

Today will be around 70 with lots of sunshine. It will be cooler near the ocean for the first time in days as a sea breeze springs up.

Tonight will be clear and chilly again with 40s, even a few 30s possible in the coolest spots, and some 50s in urban and coastal areas.

Lots of sunshine for the weekend, which will linger into Monday of next week, and perhaps even into Tuesday. I don't see any rain or showers until the middle of next week, say about Wednesday or so of next week.

Sunshine on Saturday and Sunday. Middle to perhaps upper 70s tomorrow, and upper 70s to low 80s for Sunday. It'll be cooler both days at the beaches.

Philippe is the storm that's still moving northeast towards the middle of the central Atlantic Ocean, and will be dying a slow death in the many many days ahead.

Have a great weekend.

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