South Jersey Saturday: The calm before the storm

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A cold front that delivered half-an-inch of rain on yesterday has move offshore allowing most of South Jersey to salvage at least one day of a mediocre weekend. If you are shopping, or planning to do any work in the yard, Saturday, Dec. 7 is your best bet before wintry conditions overcome South Jersey tomorrow. Here is your updated weekend outlook:

 South Jersey Weather: Saturday, Dec. 7

South Jersey residents will wake up to cloudy skies, a soaked ground and temperatures in the middle to upper 30s on Saturday, Dec. 7, according to the National Weather Service. A lack of sunshine and a gusty 18-20 mph wind will limit temperatures to the lower 40s but make it feel at least 10 degrees colder than that.

No rain or snow, for that matter, is expected today.

South Jersey weather: Sunday, Dec. 8

After an overnight low of 26 degrees, South Jersey temperatures will warm during the day as moisture overrides a warm front.

Snow will arrive between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. before temperatures warm and all of the precipitation turns to rain.

Rain will continue through Monday, the Weather Service said. Total accumulation between Sunday and Monday’s rainfall could total between half an inch and 1 inch of rain.

Midweek outlook

The sky above South Jersey will clear on Tuesday, Dec. 10, but temperatures will turn colder than normal. Look for daily highs to only reach the middle to upper 30s during the middle of the work week.

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