Terrific Tuesday on tap for South Jersey

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The warmest high temperatures we’re likely to see for weeks could swarm over the South Jersey mainland on Tuesday, March 11, according to weather reports from several leading weather forecasters./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com The warmest high temperatures we’re likely to see for weeks could swarm over the South Jersey mainland on Tuesday, March 11, according to weather reports from several leading weather forecasters./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com The warmest high temperatures we’re likely to see for weeks could swarm over the South Jersey mainland on Tuesday, March 11, according to weather reports from several leading weather forecasters. Enjoy it because wind chill readings in the lower teens could return on Friday morning after a cold front comes crashing through the Jersey Shore.

Sensational 60s

It seems like many office workers will be taking their lunch breaks outside on Tuesday, March 11 when west winds will allow temperatures to soar to 60-65 degrees under mostly cloudy conditions across the South Jersey mainland.

According to the long-range European weather model, temperatures nearly the 65-degree mark aren’t likely to return during the next two weeks.

A calm wind will allow nighttime temperatures to fall into the upper-30s.

Temperatures will remain warm on Wednesday, March 12 when rain will begin to move in during the afternoon hours. Rain will last into the overnight hours and could end as a brief period of non-accumulating snow showers.

Though rainfall will be generally less than a quarter of an inch, there is a chance of thunderstorms that could lead to higher rainfall amounts, obviously.

Thursday afternoon high temperatures across the South Jersey mainland could be 30 degrees cooler than they high temperatures were on Tuesday./NOAA Thursday afternoon high temperatures across the South Jersey mainland could be 30 degrees cooler than they high temperatures were on Tuesday./NOAA Thursday cool down

Thanks to a strong cold front, high temperatures will only reach the mid-30s on Thursday. Then temperatures will drop into the middle teens during the overnight hours leading into Friday morning.

Friday morning wind chills could be in the lower teens.


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