Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Clearing out later today with Chilly and Dry weather through Saturday. Our First Frost is possible Saturday morning, then warming up early next week to the mid 70's.

The cool, damp, and dreary weather since Sunday, will come to an end today as another cold front moves through this afternoon and evening. Behind this cold front, drier air will filter in and allow for some clearing this afternoon and evening.

For Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, we can expect very cool conditions, with Sunny days and clear chilly nights. Highs will range between 60-65 during this period and lows in the Upper 30's to mid 40's.

Saturday morning will offer the chance for our first frost across the normally colder areas of the Delaware Valley, which include the NW suburbs and parts of interior Central and Southern NJ, where temps should bottom out in the mid 30's with the chance for some scattered frost.

Temperatures will rebound nicely and moderate, as we head into early next week. We continue dry for Sunday through Tuesday as temperatures reach the mid 70's with Partly to Mostly Sunny skies and fair cool nights in the Upper 40's to mid 50's.

Take Care,

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