SOUTH JERSEY -
Happy Saturday South Jersey!
Many fall activities throughout the area today including a 5K color run which I was happy to do! The morning was without a doubt, wonderful for a run. Cool early morning temperatures that rose into the early 50's with partly to mostly cloudy skies. You may have noticed the clouds significantly increasing throughout the day and temperatures not making it out of the mid 60's.What we saw today was low pressure moving across Eastern Canada and a weak cold front crossing the area from the west. This is why we saw some brief isolated sprinkles earlier today. For Saturday night South Jersey, the chances of light isolated showers will continue. Temperatures are expected to be near 50 on the mainland and closer to 55 along the shore for the overnight low. The front will clear out quickly and following close behind will be a large high pressure system that will build in for early next week.
As we get into Sunday, high pressure will take over briefly for the beginning of the week though the middle of the week and will continue to stay on the mild side with temperatures ranging in the mid to upper 60's. The story will be, up until Wednesday, mostly sunny skies. By Wednesday, a cold front looks to swing through lowering the temperatures significantly for Thursday into the weekend. This cold front will also be our next light rain maker. Chances are slight but we could see a few isolated sprinkles in the afternoon on Wednesday. This cold front could also potentially bring the first frost of the season with overnight lows dipping to 32 degrees. Hope everyone is enjoying the weekend! The chill will be here before we know it!
Until next time,
-Meteorologist Sydney Daniel