A tale of two seasons this weekend. Summer-like to start the weekend then back to a cool onshore flow to finish the weekend. While showers are in the forecast, we will be mainly dry this weekend.

Saturday will be the warmest day and more humid as winds will shift southwesterly allow temperatures to climb well into the 80s inland and near 80 at the beaches. If you are going to the beach, you still want to remain on the sand. Ocean temperatures are still quite cool in the mid 50s.

Forecast Highs For Saturday

The threat of scattered showers and t’storms is possible after 7pm as a front presses down on the region.

Computer models show a batch of showers/t’storms moving through parts of NJ Saturday night. (

Once the front moves through, onshore winds will develop on Sunday keeping temperatures in the low 60s.

Forecast Winds For Sunday.

More clouds will shroud the area on Sunday as the front stalls to our south. A few showers or drizzle is possible as temperatures will remain in the low 60s.

Forecast Highs For Sunday.