Dave’s Forecast: Cloudy, but mild Friday ahead; tracking snow potentials for next week

Friday will see mostly cloudy weather with temperatures in the 50s. Some rain is possible on Saturday.

Dave Curren

Feb 8, 2024, 11:09 AM

Updated 127 days ago


OVERNIGHT: Some clouds collect. A minor weather system will drift through the area. It's possible, but highly unlikely, that a few sprinkles could get shaken out at any point from 10 p.m. through the Friday morning rush.
I highly doubt you'll need the wet weather gear, just plan for a possible sprinkle. Morning temps will be in the mid- to upper-30s.
FRIDAY: There will likely be no need for sunglasses on Friday. Clouds will continue to collect ahead of a system that should bring on-and-off showers to New Jersey on Saturday. Highs in the mid-50s.
SATURDAY: I know there has been a lot of talk about temperatures reaching the 60s this weekend. Well, with the buildup of clouds and the possible showers, that doesn't look like it's going to happen. Still, daily highs will be well above average in the mid-50s.
SUNDAY: Sunday looks drier and still on the milder side with highs around 51. The normal temperature this time of year is 42.
COMING UP: All eyes will be on the model guidance in the coming days. There is the potential for some wintry love right before Valentine’s Day. This all depends on how the storm travels towards the state. Right now, said system is still a little blurb of energy in the Pacific Ocean. A lot can happen from now until then.

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