Happy Sunday South Jersey,
The cold front that brought the heaviest rain last night has officially moved through the state and that means tonight should be much more bearable than any other night this past week. High temperatures for tomorrow are only in the low to mid 80s at the beaches which is still right around average for this time of year.
This now stationary front has stalled out from Southern New Jersey into Northern Virginia. It is expected to stretch Northward through New Jersey Tuesday and then move completely Eastward off the coast overnight on Tuesday. The weather between now and then shouldn't be changing much. You can expect to have daytime highs both tomorrow and Tuesday in the mid 80's on the mainland and lower 80's at the shore. We will continue to see the threat of pop-up showers and thunderstorms for the next few days until this front can move out of the vicinity.
The exact timing of the chance of showers and pop-up thunderstorms is becoming a little more difficult to pin down. The model guidance has the day being a little more wet than previously expected; however, with the loss of daytime heating the showers or storms that develop should be less severe than otherwise.
For tonight, expect mostly cloudy conditions and temperatures dipping down to the low to mid 70's on both the mainland and the shore.
Have a great rest of your weekend,