Warm and humid weather to continue today and tomorrow! Less humid on Thursday! Much cooler over the weekend!

TUESDAY  SEPTEMBER 26, 2017  5:45 A.M.

We have partly cloudy skies early on this Tuesday morning and once again temperatures are well above normal, ranging from the upper 60s in the Clifton area down to around 60 further inland, winds are mainly calm and the humidity continues to be high.

We will have some low clouds early this morning that should dissipate by later this morning, temperatures will be a few degrees lower than yesterday but still be well above normal.

Warm and humid conditions will continue on Wednesday.

A cold front will come through during the day Thursday with somewhat cooler and much less humid air.

Another cold front will cross the area on Friday bringing in much cooler air for the weekend.

Most of the week will be dry with only a 20% chance of a shower Wednesday night and again on Saturday morning.



TODAY – SEP 26 – Patchy fog this morning then becoming partly sunny, high in the mid 80s.

TONIGHT – Mostly cloudy, low in the upper 60s.

WEDNESDAY – SEP 27 – Partly sunny, high in the mid 80s.

THURSDAY – SEP 28 – Mostly sunny and much less humid, high in the upper 70s.

FRIDAY – SEP 29 – Sunny, high in the low 70s.

SATURDAY – SEP 30 – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 60s.

SUNDAY – OCT 1 – Sunny, high in the low 70s.

MONDAY – OCT 2 – Sunny, high in the low 70s.


MARINE FORECAST:  A small craft advisory is in effect for high seas until 6 a.m. Thursday morning.  Today – Northeast wind to 20 knots, seas 7-10 feet.  High chance of dangerous rip currents.

OUTLOOK – Advisories expected to continue until Friday with no advisories expected Friday night into Saturday.


TROPICS:  Maria is barely a hurricane with top winds of 75 mph, Maria is located about 225 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras.  Maria is expected to move north off the Carolina coast and then sharply turn out to sea.  High surf and rip currents will continue to pound the New Jersey beaches.    Hurricane Lee with top winds of 100 mph is out in the middle Atlantic ocean, Lee is not expected to affect any land areas.


Have a good day!


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