Fair but freezing weather awaits Santa this year in South Jersey

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Santa will need a heavy thick red coat this year when he makes his appointed stops on Christmas Eve in South Jersey, according to his personal weather forecasting team at the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Santa will need a heavy thick red coat this year when he makes his appointed stops on Christmas Eve in South Jersey, according to his personal weather forecasting team at the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com

Santa will need a heavy thick red coat this year when he makes his Christmas Eve appointed rounds in South Jersey, according to his personal weather forecasting team at the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center.

It could be so cold on Dec. 25, Christmas Day, that high temperatures may be nearly 40 degrees colder than they were on Sunday, Dec. 22, the Weather Service Forecast said.

Rain goes away

The clouds and weather system that produced Monday’s daylong rainfall will move out to sea during the overnight hours. The warmth and the rain will be replaced by noticeably cooler temperatures and fair conditions, according to the National Weather Service.

High temperatures on Tuesday, Dec. 24 will be limited to 43 degrees. A passing weather impulse could deliver flurries, but no accumulating snow, by early evening.

Christmas Day chills

High temperatures across the mainland portions of South Jersey will struggle to climb out of the 20s and may only reach 34 degrees, the National Weather Service said. In face, temperatures will still be in the 20s at noon on Christmas Day, the National Weather Service said.

Weekend warm up

A weekend warm up is possible with daily high temperatures increasing throughout the week. Sunday’s South Jersey mainland high could reach 50 degrees.

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