A mainly cloudy and cool weekend is on tap for South Jersey. Occasional rain for your Saturday as a frontal system remains stalled to our south. However, the weekend will not be a washout.
Winds will remain light from the north on Saturday and temperatures will remain in the 50s.
Forecast Highs On Sunday
Winds will be out of the Northeast on Sunday as a wave of low pressure will move to our south. Most of the moisture will also remain to our south which could leave us on the dry side.
Satellite forecast model shows clouds remain on Sunday. (Courtesy:tropicaltidbits.com)
Onshore wind and clouds will keep temperatures in the 50s on Sunday.
Forecast Highs For Sunday
The wave of low pressure will slowly begin to lift northward late Sunday into Monday bringing the threat of more rain into our area.
The low pressure system will hang around through early next week keeping us on the cloudy side with more occasional rain. A steady onshore flow will also keep temperatures in the 50s.
Warmer Temps Ahead…
Conditions will start improving towards the middle of next week as the low pressure system finally moves away. This will also begin a return to warmer weather as a ridge of high pressure dominates the East Coast.
Temperatures will return into the 70s to near 80 inland with 60s and 70s along the coast.
Enjoy Your Weekend!