2-3 inches of rain possible through Monday

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A band of showers over the Carolinas will intensify and move up the eastern seaboard during the overnight hours and create a messy Monday morning commute, according to the National Weather Service’s Mount Holly Forecast Center./Weatherbell Analytics www.weatherbell.com A band of showers over the Carolinas will intensify and move up the eastern seaboard during the overnight hours and create a messy Monday morning commute, according to the National Weather Service’s Mount Holly Forecast Center./Weatherbell Analytics www.weatherbell.com A band of showers over the Carolinas will intensify and move up the eastern seaboard during the overnight hours and create a messy Monday morning commute, according to the National Weather Service’s Mount Holly Forecast Center.

Monday soaker

Up to three-quarters of an inch of rain could fall during the overnight hours over portions of South Jersey, according to a forecast posted by the National Weather Service.

However, the bands of rain could intensify during the morning hours on Monday, Dec. 23 and deliver a daylong drenching, the Weather Service says.

An additional 2-3 inches of rain could fall between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Dec. 23, the National Weather Service said. The rain should end Monday evening.

Unseasonable heat continues for one more day

After Sunday’s record-breaking temperatures soared into the 70s in South Jersey, Monday’s high temperature will be limited to 59 degrees, the National Weather Service said. However, Monday’s high temperature will be about 15 degrees warmer than normal for late December in South Jersey.

 


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