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Rain on the way

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Happy Saturday South Jersey!

Today has felt, dare I say it, "warm" compared to yesterday. We saw daytime highs for your Saturday in the mid 30's. High pressure will continue to slide eastward as we continue through the night tonight. We will continue to see a south westerly surface flow that will bring increased cloudiness, and warmer temperatures. Sunday we will finally be back to seasonable conditions with temperatures back into the 40's. A cold front will cross the region Monday and we will see rain associated with that front starting Sunday night that will last through the day on Monday. Once that cold front passes, an Arctic high pressure system will begin to build in across the region. What this means for South Jersey is that we see another cool down on the way. After a weekend of milder air temperatures again will be on the colder side of things. You can expect at least 3 days with temperatures below 40 degrees, starting with Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and then beginning to become mild once again  by Friday. A weak frontal boundary is expected to move through Thursday night into Friday. High pressure will then build across to the north of the area Friday and Saturday.

While this discussion has been short and sweet, the main headline includes a milder trend for the next couple days followed by a few days of more bitterly cold air.

Hope everyone continues to enjoy their weekend.
Until next time,
Meteorologist Sydney Daniel
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