Happy Sunday South Jersey!
Temperatures today have taken a dive as daytime highs struggles to make it out of the mid 50's. Tonight, a surface high pressure system will move eastward and be centered just to our north. Winds will die down and skies will become mostly clear. Low temperatures on the mainland will be near 30 degrees and mid 30's along the shore. High pressure will continue to stay towards our north for tomorrow which will continue to set up an easterly surface wind flow. With water temperatures close to 60 degrees, the shore tomorrow should be a few degrees warmer than the mainland. On the mainland, temperatures will struggle to make it out of the upper 40's. The shore does look to hang on to temperatures in the 50's although winds look to pick up by the afternoon to the 10 to 25 mile per hour range.
The high pressure system will hover over New England by Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will gradually increase those days first to the upper 50's and then into the low 60's. A cold front is expected to cross South Jersey by Thursday night which will bring rain out ahead of the front for Thursday. Following the cold front will be a high pressure system that should build into the region Friday and Saturday and keep the weekend dry.
Hope everyone continues to enjoy their Sunday!
Until next time,
Meteorologist Sydney Daniel