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Dave’s Forecast: Cloudy and rainy Thursday ahead; sunshine returns for the weekend

Wednesday was the ninth straight day of overcast skies and dreary weather.

Dave Curren

Jan 31, 2024, 10:57 AM

Updated 140 days ago

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The National Weather Service has a coastal flood advisory for Ocean County through the next few high tide cycles. There will be no significant flooding - it will be more of a nuisance.
Clouds continue to stick to our skies like white on rice. Wednesday was the ninth straight day of overcast skies and dreary weather.
TONIGHT: Mainly cloudy, not as chilly but still cool. Lows around 32.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy skies - again. There are hints of sun - brief hints of sunshine. Highs around 49 degrees. This is warm for the start of February. Forty-one degrees is the average.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Scattered showers. Milder temperatures around 38 degrees.
FRIDAY: Early overcast. The question in the day is when will we start to clear out? Once we do, it stays clear for days.
WEEKEND: Saturday and Sunday will see wall-to-wall sunshine. Highs in the 40s and lows in the upper-20s.


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