Another unsettled weekend with rain and wintry precipitation and hazardous water conditions. Saturday will have chance of rain, ice, wintry mix, and snow depending on location. These conditions will persist through early Sunday before clearing. Some areas in western and northern NJ could see accumulation of an inch to a few inches. Highs will only be in the 30ís and 40ís with lows in the 20ís and 30ís. Water conditions will be hazardous with gusty winds 20-30+ knots and seas to 10 feet. Water temperatures are steady. UV Index will be Low to Moderate at 0-5/15.
Low pressure in the Great Lakes region tonight will reform near the mid Atlantic coast late Saturday, then strengthen as it heads slow out to sea south of Cape Cod Sunday morning. High pressure will build south of the area Monday, with a frontal boundary passage Monday night, and another possible Tuesday night. High pressure is expected to return late Wednesday into Thursday before building offshore Thursday night.
Have a great weekend!Saturday
Precipitation: 30%-80% Chance of rain/wintry mix/ice/snow all day
High: Mid 30ís to mid 40ís
Low: Low 30ís inland, mid to upper 30ís at the shore, upper 20ís for northern areas
UV Index: 0-3/15 (Low-Moderate)
Sky: Mostly cloudy to cloudy becoming partly cloudy
Precipitation: 30%-80% Chance of rain/wintry mix/ice/snow early in the day
High: Upper 30ís to mid 40ís
Low: Mid to upper 20ís inland, low to mid 30ís at the shore, upper 20ís for northern areas
UV Index: 2-5/15 (Low-Moderate)
Sunset: 7:07pmSaturday Surface AnalysisSunday Surface AnalysisPrecipitation TotalStorm TracksSnowfall ForecastMaximum SnowfallIce TotalsSea Surface TemperaturesSurface20 Meters (≈65 feet)Ocean CurrentsSurface20 Meters (≈65 feet)
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