Dave’s Forecast: Mostly sunny skies, but cold temps remain into Friday

The National Weather Service has issued freeze warnings for most neighborhoods in the state overnight.

Dave Curren

Nov 1, 2023, 8:53 AM

Updated 223 days ago

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Gusty winds bring the coldest air of the season to the region. Brace yourselves. Winter is coming.
The last time we saw a widespread cold like this was the end of March - seven months ago.
TONIGHT: Clear, breezy and cold. Overnight lows drop into the upper-20s and low-30s. The National Weather Service has issued freeze warnings for most neighborhoods in the state.
THURSDAY: Fair weather is moving in. Skies remain bright and sunny. Temperatures, however, stay below normal. Normal is 61. New Jersey struggles to get back to 50 tomorrow.
FRIDAY: Mainly sunny. The core of the cold air is still over the state. Despite the glorious sunshine, temperatures stay in the mid- to upper-50s.
WEEKEND: Looking lovely AND the temperatures slowly recover back to where they should be this time of year. Low- to mid-60s.


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