Happy Sunday South Jersey!
The clouds have been fighting for the sky today and for a pleasant surprise, the sun has been peaking out. The coastal low off to our south will continue to fizzle out for the remainder of the day. High pressure to the north will bring more mild weather for the work week. That being said, Although rain won't the main issue of the week, clouds and wind will. Winds should be out of the northeast to east-northeast through Tuesday. Our small craft advisory is looking to extend all the way through Monday night as well. As far as tidal flooding goes, I am not expecting it for tomorrow; however, waters will be choppy and surf will be rough. This trend looks to linger until the earlier half of Tuesday. The clouds and sun will continue to battle for the sky up until we get to the middle of the week. Wednesday looks to be predominately cloudy. We do see a slight chance of showers for the day and a light sprinkle is expected for some parts.
The forecast into Thursday and Friday becomes a little bit more tricky. The timing on the next cold front looks to be right around Thursday night into Friday. A couple of the models are also showing an area of low pressure developing neat the Mid- Atlantic region after the cold front moves through. This could mean showers early Friday. As of now, the later part of Friday and into the start of the weekend looks to be dry, cool and comfortable as weak high pressure filters in to our region.
Hope everyone has a great end to your Sunday.
Until next time,
Meteorologist Sydney Daniel