Temperatures this morning have fallen into the teens and there was a couple of flurries falling, winds are brisk.
Cold Arctic air as moved into the area and pushed the accumulating snow to our south, so what looked to be a major snowstorm a couple of days ago has be reduced to only some early morning flurries for most of Northern New Jersey, Southern New Jersey may pick up 6-8 inches and even there it won’t be as bad as forecasters originally thought.
Tonight will be bitterly cold with lows in the single digits.
Dry with much below normal temperatures for tomorrow and Wednesday.
Slight moderation in temperatures as the week progresses, and we will watch another storm form offshore that may give us some snow Thursday night then changing to rain on Friday but at this time this storm it appears that this storm will be far enough offshore to cause any major problems.
Dry on the weekend with continued moderating temperatures but still slightly below normal for this time of year.
The forecast: Today – Cloudy with some morning flurries, high in the mid 20s.
Tonight – Mostly clear and very cold with diminishing winds, low around 10.
Tuesday – Partly sunny, high near 30.
Wednesday – Mostly cloudy, high in the mid 30s.
Thursday – Mostly cloudy, high around 40, chance of light snow at night.
Friday – Mostly cloudy with a chance of light snow changing to rain, high near 40.
Saturday – Partly sunny, high in the upper 40s.
Sunday – Partly sunny, high in the low 40s.
Marine forecast: Small craft advisory in effect through Tuesday morning for northerly winds to 30 knots, seas 4-7 feet.
Outlook – Below advisory level conditions Tuesday night through Wednesday evening, advisories again possible Wednesday night through Friday.
Have a good day!