FRIDAY: Enjoy the break and get the weekend started on a good note. Yes, it’s warm and stuffy today, but we’re looking to hold off the rain for another day. After the morning fog, we’ll see sun mixing with clouds. Highs will hit the middle 80s. Evening plans look fine with temps falling into the 70s.
LABOR DAY WEEKEND: A front will be moving toward us over the weekend. This increases clouds each day through Labor Day. A few storms are possible Saturday with highs in the middle 80s. Better chances for rain and more clouds arrive Sunday with middle 80s. And Monday, we see our best chance for rain with mostly cloudy skies and warm air with highs in the mid-80s. Don’t cancel plans; just be ready to head indoors if it starts to rain or storm.
FOOTBALL: Friday night football is looking warm, muggy, and dry. We’re talking partly cloudy skies and temps dropping form near 80° at the start to the middle 70s by the end.
For those of you heading to the Meadowlands for Penn state football opener this Saturday, it’s a mild and muggy start. Temps climb through the 70s for tailgating. A southerly breeze will kick in at 10-20mph. For the game, temps will be in the middle 80s with the breeze continuing. Also, there’s a chance for a few storms during the day so be ready for rain.
BEACH: The weekend looks warm and muggy all along the coast. Highs will be near 80°. We’ll see a mainly rain free Saturday but a few storms may roll in. Better chances for a few storms come, especially north, on Sunday as clouds thicken. It’s still a good looking weekend. Monday, scattered storms are possible though with more clouds and higher rain chances. Winds are a bit breezy at times from the south. Waves will be 2-4 feet with water temps in the low to middle 70s.
NEXT WEEK: Expect highs at or below average in the upper 70s for the middle part of other week with sunshine returning again. The humidity falls off after Monday too! Things look good!
Happy Friday! Enjoy the weekend safely.
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