Cool and dry weather to continue today! Cool on Tuesday with showers possible!


MONDAY  AUGUST 28,  2017  5:56 A.M.

Skies are partly cloudy early on this Monday morning and temperatures range from around 60 in the Clifton area to some upper 40s further inland winds are light.

High pressure moving off the New England coast will give us another dry day and it will be cool once again, we should see some increasing high cloudiness by evening.

It now appears that the coastal or tropical low pressure will become close enough to cause some light showers on Tuesday especially along coastal sections, it will be quite cool with a rather brisk onshore wind.

We dry out on Wednesday and it will not be as cool as on Tuesday.

Thursday looks at this time to be warm, but a cold front may touch off a shower.  Cool weather once again on Friday with mostly fair skies.

The Labor Day weekend looks to be mainly dry with a warming trend, Saturday will start off cool but temperatures should reach the 80s both on Sunday and again on Labor Day.

 

THE FORECAST:

TODAY – AUG 28 – Mostly sunny, high in the mid 70s.

TONIGHT – Mostly cloudy, low around 60.

TUESDAY – AUG 29 – Mostly cloudy with a chance of a shower mainly after 2 p.m., high only around 70.

WEDNESDAY – AUG 30 – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 70s.

THURSDAY – AUG 31 – Mostly sunny with a chance of a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon, high in the low 80s.

FRIDAY – SEP 1 – Sunny, high in the low 70s.

SATURDAY – SEP 2 – Sunny, high in the upper 70s.

SUNDAY – SEP 3 – Mostly sunny, high in the low 80s.

 

MARINE FORECAST:  Small craft advisory in effect until 6 a.m. on Wednesday for easterly winds gusting to 25 knots, seas building to 8-12 feet. Belmar’s ocean temperature is 73 degrees.  There is a high risk of rip currents today.

OUTLOOK – Small craft advisories likely to continue on Wednesday; no advisories expected Thursday and Friday.

 

TROPICS:  Harvey continues to dump historic amounts of rain in the Houston area but today the heavy rain may shift slightly more easterly across the Texas upper coast and southeast Louisiana.

 

Have a nice day!

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