Mostly cloudy and humid with only a slight chance of a shower today! Showers and thunderstorms likely tonight through Wednesday morning! Dry and cool Thursday and Friday! Great weather for the Labor Day weekend with plenty of sunshine each day along with a warming trend!

Good morning everyone!

Skies are partly to mostly cloudy early on this Tuesday morning and temperatures range from 65 in Clifton down to 59 at Basking Ridge. Winds are mainly calm. The air quality is good with an index of 38.



RECORD HIGH: 96 – 2018 RECORD LOW: 41 – 1986


A weak front to our east will give us a mostly cloudy day, but it will be a little muggy with dew points in the upper 60s. There is a 20% chance of a shower during the day.

A cold front approaching from the west will likely give us showers and possibly some thunderstorms tonight into Wednesday morning, some showers will be heavy at times. We should have clearing by Wednesday afternoon, temperatures will be warm but the humidity will drop by late in the day.

High pressure will build into the region for Thursday and Friday with cool temperatures and low humidity.

The Labor Day weekend will be very nice with plenty of sunshine all 3 days. Highs will be near normal on Saturday and be above normal Sunday and on Labor Day.

At this point much of next week will be quite warm to hot.


TODAY – AUG 29 – Mostly cloudy and humid, highs in the upper 70s.

TONIGHT – Mostly cloudy and muggy with showers and possibly a thunderstorm, low near 70.

WEDNESDAY – AUG 30 – Mostly cloudy with showers and possibly a thunderstorm in the morning then becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon and gradually becoming less humid, highs in the mid 80s.

THURSDAY – AUG 31 – Mostly sunny, highs in the upper 70s.

FRIDAY – SEP 1 – Sunny, highs in the upper 70s.

SATURDAY – SEP 2 – Sunny, highs near 80.

SUNDAY – SEP 3 – Mostly sunny, highs in the upper 80s.

LABOR DAY – SEP 4 – Sunny and hot, highs near 90.

MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – Easterly winds to 10 knots, seas 2 feet. Belmar’s ocean temperature is 73 degrees.

OUTLOOK: A small craft advisory has been issued effective between midnight tonight through 6 a.m Thursday morning for high seas from swells from Major Hurricane Franklin which will remain well offshore: advisories still likely for high seas Thursday and Friday; advisories still possible on Saturday; no advisories expected for Sunday.

Have a nice day but please stay safe!

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