Happy Sunday South Jersey!
Early morning rain gave way to a mostly cloudy day today. We have been mild though the day and have stayed in the mid 50's. With the extensive cloud cover, our temperatures are going to remain mild through the overnight hours. Fog looks to develop tonight and last through the early morning. Upper 40's are expected on the mainland and the shore. Compared to our temperatures earlier this week, Sunday will be the most mild of the two days but will also see the chance of the most steady rainfall. Low clouds and fog will start the day tomorrow. Winds will start out of the south and as the day progresses will increase to a steady 10 mph. Scattered showers are expected tomorrow and to become more steady as we go into the overnight hours and start the day on Monday. With winds out of the south, this gives the day a greater chance of reaching the 60's on the mainland and the shore.
Monday looks to be mostly mild with the exception of gusty showers moving eastward during the early morning hours. By the afternoon, the winds will switch out of the south to out of the northwest bringing with it more cold air from the north. During two periods of the day Monday, winds will be strong. During the morning hours, a cold front will pass and ahead of that passage, along with the rain, the winds look to become stronger (15-25 mph) for the morning. Once the rain passes, winds should calm for most of the day and pick back up into the afternoon hours. The cold air will be most noticeable Monday night and into Tuesday.
Hope everyone can find a way to stay comfortable during this gloomy day!
Until next time,
Meteorologist Sydney Daniel