Happy Sunday South Jersey!
There has been plenty of sunshine throughout the area today as high pressure has been building in from the southwest behind last night's cold front. As a result of high pressure moving in quickly, we have seen an increase of wind from the southwest today. While this wind has been prominent at speeds between 10 - 15 miles per hour, it shall be diminishing later this evening as the high pressure moves closer to our south. As we go into tonight, temperatures will dip down into the upper 30's to low 40's on the mainland and low to mid 40's closer to the coast. Winds will again become light and calm into tomorrow.
For your Monday, we will see another day a lot like our Sunday. With how Sunday has turned out, I don't believe there will be much to complain about. We will still be under the influence of the high pressure system just to our south but as that moves further out to sea Monday into Tuesday, That is where we will start to see more clouds develop. Monday's temperatures are looking to sit in the upper 60's on the mainland and mid 60's along the coast. For Tuesday, a cold front is expected to start crossing our area and develop a low pressure system on this frontal boundary. Tuesday is looking to be partly sunny with more clouds forming in the afternoon. Here in South Jersey, we will not feel the cold air that is to follow the front until we get into Wednesday. Tuesday, temperatures are looking to even be just a tad warmer than what they were Monday, sitting in the upper 60's and low 70's on the mainland, and similar to that on the shore. Showers should develop Tuesday night and linger into Wednesday. A strong high coming from southern Canada will build across the United States Plains and stretch further eastward on Friday. The next weekend ahead is looking to be a cold one.
I do hope everyone continues to enjoy their Sunday!
Until next time,Meteorologist Sydney Daniel