Dave’s Forecast: Chance of some nuisance rain Thursday
Temperatures today ran some 10-15 degrees cooler than where they were at this time yesterday. Overall though it was pretty close to where they should be for this time of year. Sunshine won out. “It was a good day,” as Ice Cube likes to say.
TONIGHT: Some changes. A system will lift some clouds into the area. The main question is will we see any rain with it? If we do, it won't be much. More of an annoyance than anything else. Lows are a little warmer than normal at around 35-40 degrees.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy with drizzly moments. The wet weather won't be a problem for either the morning or evening drives to and from work and school. Highs are a touch warmer despite the overcast skies and showery moments. High: 63.
FRIDAY: Partly sunny. There is a slight chance for some leftover rainy weather in southern New Jersey as this system slowly sinks south through the state. It will not be a big deal at all. Otherwise, expect some hints of sunshine but overall more cloud coverage in the sky. High: 63.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. Cooler. High: 53 degrees.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny. Cooler even still. High: 49 degrees.
The temperatures look like they will stay slightly below normal for most of next week. At the moment, there aren't any major storms we are watching that would be aiming for New Jersey. The weather looks quiet, just a little cool for mid-November.