South Jersey temperatures could reach 63 degrees

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South Jersey mainland high temperatures could soar to an October-like 63 degrees on Thursday, Nov. 5, just a week after a chilly northwest Thanksgiving Day breeze kept wind chill readings in the 20s. It’s been a crazy weather ride for the past week and there is more to come.

South Jersey mainland high temperatures could soar to an October-like 63 degrees on Thursday, Nov. 5, just a week after a chilly northwest Thanksgiving Day breeze kept wind chill readings in the 20s. It’s been a crazy weather ride for the past week and there is more to come.

 South Jersey Midweek warm up

Afternoon temperatures are going to soar up into the upper 50s on Wednesday, Dec. 4, thanks to a warm front that’s currently pushing across the Chesapeake Bay, according to the National Weather Center. Typical South Jersey high temperatures in the first week of December are in the upper 40s or about 10 degrees cooler than we’ll get today.

There’ a price to pay, however.

The warm will bring a 30-percent chance of overnight rain. However, the extra cloud cover will wrap in the warmer temperatures. South Jersey should stay way above the freezing mark – 46 degrees – for an overnight low temperature as a result.

Temperature readings in the 60s will cover much of South Jersey on Thursday, Dec. 5/NWS Temperature readings in the 60s will cover much of South Jersey on Thursday, Dec. 5/NWS 60s for Thursday

Temperatures will get evening warmer. A second warm front will cross South Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania on Thursday, Dec. 5, pulling temperatures up into the lower 60s under mostly cloudy conditions.

Rain is likely in the early morning hours on Friday as a southerly wind keeps overnight temperatures in the 50s and about 20 degrees warmer than normal.

Rainy days and Fridays

Rain is likely during the day on Friday and later that evening with a 70-80 percent chance of precipitation. Once again temperatures will be well above normal, reaching the upper 50s on Friday. Then a cold front will cross the area bring temperatures back down to typical December levels and creating a chance for overnight snow flurries early next week.

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