Skies are mostly cloudy early on this Sunday morning and there are some snow showers in parts of the area. Temperatures range from the upper 20s in Clifton down to the upper teens further inland, winds are light northerly. A dusting of snow has been reported at Wantage. Note that it is much colder to our north with temperatures as low as 20 degrees below zero in parts of the Adirondack mountains.
CLIFTON’S ALMANAC FOR FEBRUARY 9TH:
AVERAGE HIGH: 39 AVERAGE LOW: 23
RECORD HIGH: 60 – 1990 RECORD LOW: 5 – 1979
YESTERDAY’S HIGH: 40 LOW: 27 PRECIPITATION: NONE
NOTE: My records go back to 1973 however on this date in 1934 Central Park had the coldest temperature ever recorded there with a reading a chilly 15 degrees below zero.
Today will be a mostly cloudy day with a chance of some snow flurries, highs will be a couple of degrees higher than yesterday.
A weak front will cause rain Monday into Tuesday possibly mixed with snow at the beginning, higher elevations of northwestern New Jersey may pick up a couple of inches Monday morning.
Dry weather with seasonably mild temperatures are expected during the day on Wednesday but another storm may give us some rain or snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Much colder and mainly dry Friday into Saturday.
TODAY – FEB 9: Mostly cloudy with a chance of flurries this morning, high in the mid 40s.
TONIGHT – Mostly cloudy with rain likely after midnight possibly mixed with snow at the start, no accumulation expected, low in the mid 30s.
MONDAY – FEB 10 – Cloudy with rain, high in the upper 40s.
TUESDAY – FEB 11 – Rain likely, high in the upper 40s.
WEDNESDAY – FEB 12 – Partly sunny, highs in the mid 40s, chance of rain or snow after midnight.
THURSDAY – FEB 13 – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain or snow in the morning, high near 50.
FRIDAY – FEB 14 – Mostly sunny and colder, high in the low 30s.
SATURDAY – FEB 15 – Sunny, highs in the mid 30s.
MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – Southerly winds to 12 knots, seas 1 foot.
OUTLOOK – A small craft advisory has been posted effective between midnight tonight until 6 p.m. Monday evening; no advisories expected during the day on Tuesday; advisories possible Tuesday night; no advisories expected for Wednesday; possible small craft advisories on Thursday.
Have a nice day!
The girls had a great flight and arrived early…They had tons of fun and I;m sure Shari will be sending pictures to Joanie at some point… (She might sleep the entire day today!
Question – do you think the 80mph winds hitting Britain now are from that low on Friday?
Allan Kazimir Post author
Glad everyone had a good time Curt. Yes I do believe it was from our storm on Friday. The jet stream was blowing at 230 knots and a 747 flight from New York City to London set a speed record arriving in less than five hours.