Mostly sunny today and on Sunday with comfortable temperatures and humidity! Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers on Labor Day! Quite warm Tuesday and Wednesday!


Good morning!

Our area has mostly clear skies early on this Saturday morning and temperatures range from the upper 60s in Clifton down to the mid 50s further inland, winds are light.

CLIFTON’S ALMANAC FOR AUGUST 31ST:

AVERAGE HIGH: 80 AVERAGE LOW: 62

RECORD HIGH: 98 – 1973 RECORD LOW: 48 – 1986

YESTERDAY’S HIGH: 88 LOW: 62 PRECIPITATION: NONE

A cold front crossed the area early this morning and high pressure will give us a nice day today with near seasonable temperatures and low humidity.

High pressure will give us plenty of sunshine again on Sunday with slightly below normal temperatures.

A weak cold front will cause mostly cloudy skies on Labor Day with a chance of showers and thunderstorms mostly in the afternoon and evening.

Warm and increasingly humid Tuesday and Wednesday, Tuesday should be dry but another front will give our area a chance of showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday.

Fair and cooler Thursday and Friday.

THE FORECAST:

TODAY – AUG 31 – Mostly sunny, high in the low 80s.

TONIGHT – Partly cloudy, low around 60.

SUNDAY – SEP 1 – Partly sunny, high in the upper 70s.

LABOR DAY – SEP 2 – Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, high near 80.

TUESDAY – SEP 3 – Mostly sunny, high in the mid 80s.

WEDNESDAY – SEP 4 – Mostly sunny and humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, high in the upper 80s.

THURSDAY – SEP 5 – Mostly sunny and cooler, high in the low 70s.

FRIDAY – SEP 6 – Mostly sunny, high in the low 70s.

MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – North to northeast wind to 9 knots, seas 2 feet. Point Pleasant Beach ocean temperature is 66 degrees.

OUTLOOK – No advisories expected Sunday through Wednesday.

TROPICS:

Hurricane Dorian now is a category 4 hurricane with top winds of 140 mph. Dorian is located now about 300 miles east of the northwestern Bahamas. The latest computer models have the storm slow down as it approaches Florida and then stay just off the coast and then move northward possible sparing the state a direct hit. The storm will move up the coast and may hit the Carolinas and then move northeast away from our area. At the present time it looks like the storm will not have any direct influences to our weather except for high surf and dangerous rip currents along our shore late next week.

Have a nice holiday weekend!

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