South Jersey 5-day forecast: Temps from the teens to 60s with a chance for snow

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South Jersey could be facing nearly every type of weather type this week during a wild temperature ride that could turn cold enough for some mid-week snow, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com South Jersey could be facing nearly every type of weather type this week during a wild temperature ride that could turn cold enough for some mid-week snow, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com South Jersey could be facing nearly every type of weather type this week during a wild temperature ride that could turn cold enough for some mid-week snow, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center.

it is just more proof of what most South Jersey residents have been so painfully aware of this season. The winter of 2013-14 is not going to go down without a fight and the summer of 2014 may not get here soon enough.

South Jersey week starts off warm

Just in time for the return to work, of course, temperatures will find a nest in the mid- to upper-50s  to lower-60s on Monday, March 10 and Tuesday, March 11.

Though both days will be mostly cloudy, according to the National Weather Service, Monday’s South Jersey mainland high temperature will rise to a seasonable 56 degrees. Tuesday turns out even warmer with a South Jersey mainland high temperature of 62 degrees.

Wednesday’s woes

South Jersey could receive more than a half-inch of liquid precipitation during a time period that begins on Wednesday and ends Thursdays./NWS South Jersey could receive more than a half-inch of liquid precipitation during a time period that begins on Wednesday and ends Thursdays./NWS A low-pressure system that will climb through the Tennessee Valley and pass over New Jersey and deliver rain throughout the day on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

More than a half-inch of liquid equivalent could fall across South Jersey on Wednesday when the high temperature will hit 53 degrees.

Rain will continue while the low pressure system moves off the coast, bombs out, and sets its sights on New England.

Backend snow possible for South Jersey

South Jersey has lsess than a 30-percent chance of getting an inch of snow during the Wednesday-Thursday overnight hours./NWS South Jersey has lsess than a 30-percent chance of getting an inch of snow during the Wednesday-Thursday overnight hours./NWS Unfortunately, the low pressure system may get strong enough to pull down enough cold air to give South Jersey a taste of snow during the Wednesday-Thursday overnight hours when temperatures will drop to the mid-20s, according to the National Weather Service.

However, the greatest of snow accumulations are going to remain across extreme northern New Jersey and Northern Pennsylvania, the National Weather Service said.

South Jersey only has a 30 percent chance of getting one inch of snow.

December-like temperatures return for a day

The precipitation ends on Thursday, but temperatures will cool off nevertheless. Thursday’s high temperature may only reach 37 degrees, the National Weather Service said. Friday morning temperatures may drop into the upper teens before climbing up to about 48 degrees during the afternoon.

 


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