Scott’s Forecast: Sunshine remains through end of the week; rainy Saturday expected

Thursday and Friday will see mostly sunny skies. Rain moves in early Saturday morning and starts to fade Sunday.

Scott Sincoff

Oct 11, 2023, 9:50 AM

Updated 247 days ago


NOW: A beautiful hump day with bright, blue skies and mild temperatures across the Garden State. Wednesday evening will see a light breeze and pleasant conditions to be outside - just have the extra layer after sunset. Temperatures will be into the 50s Wednesday night but will chill into the 40s come Thursday morning.
NEW: Thursday will be a “heat on in the morning, A/C on or windows open in the afternoon” kind of day. We'll see a few more clouds in the afternoon with highs reaching 70 once again! Friday will be good for the most part, although a tad cooler with highs in the 60s. Make sure to get your outside time done and taken care of through the workweek.
NEXT: Rain moves in early Saturday morning and starts to fade Sunday. This weekend is *NOT* going to be a washout, but it's not going to be the driest either. Sunday will DEFINITELY be the drier day, but fields for fall fun and activities could be quite soggy. The good news is that the model guidance has been backing off, so let's hope that trend continues!
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear and crisp. Lows on both sides of 50. Light west wind.
THURSDAY: Mostly to partly sunny. A really nice day with highs around 70. Lows near 50.
FRIDAY: Increasing clouds. Highs in the 60s.
THE WEEKEND: A showery Saturday is in store, with rain fading as we head into Sunday. Not a washout, with some dry spots for Sunday. Definitely bring the boots for outdoor activities! Cooler and breezy with highs in the 50s.

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