- By John DiPasquale
- 10/20/2014 07:22 PM
Cool and Unsettled Through at Least Thursday
An area of low pressure will slowly slide through the area tonight and transfer it's energy to the Jersey coast Tuesday. This will result in damp and cool conditions with occasional showers, drizzle and areas of fog tonight and Tuesday. Lows will be in the mid to upper 40s tonight, and highs on Tuesday will only be near 55.
This area of low pressure will become cut-off from the main upper level flow Tuesday and Tuesday night, which will mean no real big improvements in the weather around here through at least Thursday. Clouds will rule, brisk northeast winds will blow and waves of showers and drizzle will impact us through the period. Highs Wednesday will struggle to make the low 50s, and low to perhaps mid 50s Thursday. Thursday will probably end up being drier than Tuesday and Wednesday, but a few showers will likely still be around. There may even be a shower or two Friday, but at this time it appears breaks of sun will likely develop, which will allow readings to warm closer to 60 to end the week.
The aforementioned area of low pressure will finally really begin to pull away this upcoming weekend, and allow high pressure to push in from the west. This should mean some nice sun and warming temperatures! Stay tuned for updates.
Have a great night!