The primary difference between Atlantic City and Las Vegas, of course, is that weather actually changes in Atlantic City.
At 111PM, ET, Atlantic City was reporting a temperature of 66 with light rain. A band of showers stretched from eastern Long Island to around Annapolis, Maryland. The back edge of the shower activity was nearly through Atlantic City, though the slow motion of the showers and it’s northeasterly movement suggest it will stay rainy into the afternoon.
A stalled front is the culprit for the rainy afternoon along the Boardwalk. Showers are further through than guidance anticipated, which will likely be good news for this evening, as most rain will stay in Appalachia. The next round of wet weather will arrive tomorrow, however, as a deep trough moves through the upper Midwest and Great Lakes. The actual trough and cold air won’t arrive, but the southerly flow will draw moisture and a little bit warmer air north ahead of the system, so Atlantic City is expected into a slightly warmer pattern, with scattered showers expected all the way through.
Tomorrow – Scattered showers, especially in the afternoon, with otherwise partly cloudy skies. High 79, Low 61
Thursday – Chances of showers will continue through the day, with several breaks of sun, High 80, Low 67
TWC: Tomorrow – A few showers in the morning then thundershowers in the afternoon High 74, Low 64
Thursday – Scattered thunderstorms possible.High 73, Low 68
AW: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy and humid (storms after 8) High 75, Low 60
Thursday – Mostly cloudy and humid with a shower or thunderstorm around High 77, Low 67
NWS: Tomorrow – A chance of showers. Mostly cloudy High 75, Low 64
Thursday – Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm. Cloudy High 75, Low 66
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers. High 77, Low 63
Thursday – Showers likely with a chance of thunderstorms. High 77, Low 66