South Jersey faces frigid Friday

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

Some of the coldest weather in years will settle over the Northeast, Middle Atlantic and East Coast states later this week, according to the National Weather Service’ GFS forecast model. It could be so cold that noontime temperatures in the upper teens will drop as far south as south as Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Some of the coldest weather in years will settle over the Northeast, Middle Atlantic and East Coast states later this week, according to the National Weather Service’ GFS forecast model. It could be so cold that noontime temperatures in the upper teens will drop as far south as south as Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Some of the coldest weather in years will settle over the Northeast, Middle Atlantic and East Coast states later this week, according to the National Weather Service’ GFS forecast model. It could be so cold that noontime temperatures in the upper teens will drop as far south as south as Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.

A dome of cold, arctic are will settle over the East Coast of the United States this week, dropping temperatures to levels not seen in several years.

Following a frigid start to the New Year, temperatures will get colder on Thursday, Jan. 2, and Friday, Jan. 3 before rebounding – slightly – over the weekend.

Negative teens across New York State

Temperatures won’t get anywhere near zero across a large portion of New York State, Vermont and New Hampshire, according to the GFS forecast for Friday, Jan. 3. Noontime temperatures will hover around 10-15 degrees below zero across many locations near the I-81 corridor in New York

Pennsylvania reaches zero at least

Noontime temperatures across most of Pennsylvania should hover around 10 degrees above zero on Friday, Jan. 3, according to the GFS forecast model.

South Jersey faces frigid Friday

After most overnight lows sink to between 0-8 degrees, daytime highs will struggle to hit 22 degrees in South Jersey, according to the GFS.

Thanks to a 40-degree Atlantic Ocean, temperatures within 50 miles of the coast will be a handful of degrees warmer than those inland, the GFS suggests.

Noontime temperatures in most of Atlantic, Cape May, and Cumberland counties will range between 18-20 degrees.

Possible snow in the forecast as well, see South Jersey faces possible snow on Thursday


blog comments powered by Disqus