Rain, rain go away…not just yet

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An area of moisture will continue moving up the eastern portion of the United States on Sunday, March 30./NWS An area of moisture will continue moving up the eastern portion of the United States on Sunday, March 30./NWS Following a daylong rainstorm that delivered more than 2 inches of rain across much of South Jersey, weather forecasters are certain about thing.

 

More rain is on the way for your South Jersey sunday, making for the first weekend washout in months.

 

Saturday's rain totals

The National Weather Service recorded 2.28 inches of rain at the Atlantic City International Airport in Egg Harbor Township, where are records are kept.

 

Thanks to a stubborn low pressure system, rain began falling early Saturday morning. Heavy bands roared through South Jersey during the afternoon.

 

But Atlantic City wasn’t alone.

 

Vineland received 2.29 inches but Wildwood only registered .94 inches.

 

Sunday repeat

 

Foggy conditions in part of the area will give way to cloudy conditions throughout the day on Sunday, March 30, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center.

 

Rain could linger into the day on Monday, March 31./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Rain could linger into the day on Monday, March 31./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Lingering showers will fall during the day while the remainder of the weekend while this sluggish rainmaker creeps up the Appalachian Mountains, forecasters say. Rainfall could linger through Monday morning before the sky begins to clear on Monday afternoon.

 

After a seasonably warm start to the day, look for South Jersey mainland temperatures to remain in the middle-50s on Sunday before falling into the upper-30s overnight.

 

Temperatures will bounce back into the middle- to upper-50s on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

 

 

 

 

 


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