The East Coast was roughed up by a few strong to severe thunderstorms today. How are we looking in Atlantic City following that rough weather?
At 1254AM, ET, Atlantic City was reporting a temperature of 74 degrees with clear skies and a light west wind. Dew points were still in the 70s, so the low wasn’t going to bottom out too much, and ground fog was a possibility.
The cold front, supported by the net is still hung up in the Appalachians. The upper level trough is expected to shift through New Jersey tomorrow afternoon, unnoticed save for a more refreshing northwest breeze. High pressure will build in behind it, and while Tuesday will be a little bit stuffy, Wednesday is expected to be a much more comfortable day.Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 89, Low 73
Wednesday – Much more comfortable, High 81, Low 65
TWC: Tomorrow – Sunshine and clouds mixed. high 87, Low 71
Wednesday – Abundant sunshine High 80, Low 68
AW: Tomorrow – Abundant sunshine High 84, Low 75
Wednesday – Less humid with plenty of sunshine High 81, Low 70
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny High 84, Low 73
Wednesday – Sunny High 81, Low 65
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny. A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Humid, High 81, Low 73
Wednesday – Sunny, High 77, Low 72
WN: Tomorrow – Partly Cloudy with Isolated Storms High 84, Low 73
Wednesday – Mostly Sunny High 81, Low 64
FIO: Tomorrow -Light rain in the morning. High 85, Low 74
Wednesday -Partly cloudy in the morning High 79, Low 72
Interesting spread of temperature forecasts. That high tomorrow will weigh heavily on the passage of the cold front. Recent guidance is going very warm in Atlantic City. Here is the satellite imagery. Note the clouds in the Appalachians, thats where the upper level jet presently lies.