HEAT ALERT

Scorcher in New Jersey to bring temps in the 90s this week

Dave’s forecast: Dreary weather lasts into Tuesday; sun expected to return Wednesday

Monday night will be drizzly and foggy. Showers may pick up from time to time. Visibility will be very poor.

Dave Curren

Sep 25, 2023, 8:58 AM

Updated 265 days ago

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The remnants of Tropical Storm Ophelia are slowly spinning off the Jersey shoreline this evening. While the weather pattern isn't as dramatic (windy and rainy) as the weekend, the gloom remains consistent.
Monday night will be drizzly and foggy. Showers may pick up from time to time. Visibility will be very poor. Early morning drivers should definitely give themselves extra time in their morning routine to deal with possible delays.
Tuesday - the more things change, the more they stay the same. Skies are overcast and there is a chance for occasional showers. I know, I know, When will the pattern break? Shortly, but I want to caution that the pattern is becoming pretty active.
Wednesday and Thursday are the break and the sunshine we haven't seen for some time returns. Temperatures will stay a bit below average until we get closer to the weekend.
And with that potential warm-up comes the opportunity for some unsettled weather possible just in time for the weekend.


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