Sunny and becoming quite windy again today with a wind advisory in effect! Sunny, breezy and colder on Monday! Chilly on Tuesday with a chance of snow showers at night!


Good morning everyone!

Skies are mostly clear early on this Sunday morning and temperatures at 5 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time range from 40 degrees at Clifton down to 29 at Walpack, winds are light southwesterly.

Clifton’s Almanac for March 14th:

Average High: 48. Average Low: 31

Record High: 73 – 2007. Record Low: 11 – 1993

Yesterday’s High: 50. Low: 31. Precipitation: None

A couple of cold fronts will come through dry today and winds will pick up from the northwest and gust to 40 mph this afternoon into this evening, highs will be in the low 50s. A wind advisory is in effect. Also a red flag warning has been posted as the winds along with low humidity may cause some brush fires in our area.

Monday will still be breezy and cold, lows tomorrow morning will drop to around 20 degrees and highs will struggle to reach 40.

Tuesday will be mostly cloudy and cold with a chance of some snow showers at night.

Wednesday will be a little milder however skies will continue to be mostly cloudy.

A stronger low pressure system will give our area a chance of well needed rain on Thursday that may mix or change to snow before ending on Friday.

THE FORECAST:

TODAY – MAR 14 – Sunny and becoming windy, high in the low 50s, winds gusting to 40 mph.

TONIGHT – Mostly clear, breezy and colder, low near 20.

MONDAY – MAR 15 – Mostly sunny, breezy and cold, high near 40.

TUESDAY – MAR 16 – Mostly cloudy, high near 40. Chance of snow showers at night.

WEDNESDAY – MAR 17 – Mostly cloudy, high near 50.

THURSDAY – MAR 18 – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain, high in the low 50s.

FRIDAY – MAR 19 – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain possibly changing to snow before ending, high in the mid 40s.

SATURDAY – MAR 20 – Mostly sunny, high near 50.

MARINE FORECAST: A gale warning will be in effect between 1 p.m. this afternoon until 6 a.m. Monday morning for northwest winds gusting to 45 knots, seas 4-6 feet.

OUTLOOK – Small craft warnings expected Monday morning; no advisories expected Monday afternoon through Wednesday night; advisories likely on Thursday.

Have a nice day and hopefully everyone has set their clocks ahead one hour for Daylight time. Sunset this evening will occur at 7:03 p.m.

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