Vineland, New Jersey

We’re headed for the south Jersey shore. There was quite a bit of rain in the mid-Atlantic earlier this week, but is there nicer weather on the way?

At 854AM, ET, it was 71 degrees with clear skies. The area of low pressure that rotated through the region continues to rotate in southern Quebec, but the leading boundary has pushed off to sea. A secondary trough is kicking up a few clouds over the Appalachians at this hour, and it’s too early to say that Vineland will be dry for the next 24 hours.
The secondary trough will move into the area tomorrow night. There is a chance for a little bit of light rain overnight tomorrow, but the more immediate and likely result will be overcast skies and drizzle. Dry air will move in by sunrise, and a sharp westerly flow will enforce a very pleasant day on Friday.
Tomorrow – Drizzle, with some rain in the late evening, High 81, Low 59
Friday – Early morning clouds with a little drizzle before sunrise, clearing to a pleasant afternoon High 80, Low 55

TWC: Tomorrow – Sunny High 81, Low 58
Friday – Sunny, High 78, Low 56

AW: Tomorrow – Partly sunny and pleasant High 79, Low 57
Friday – Mostly sunny and beautiful High 78, Low 55

NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 82, Low 57
Friday – Sunny, High 81, Low 55

WB: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 82, Low 57
Friday – Sunny, High 81, Low 55

WN: Tomorrow – Mostly Sunny High 82, Low 59
Friday – Mostly Sunny High 81, Low 55

I’m the most pessimistic, it appears, but I think weird things can happen along the coast overnight when enough moisture is in the area. Satellite looks mostly ok.

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