Saturday weather update: Rain likely, but later

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There’s good news for everyone who wants to cram as much fun as they can in to their Saturday before thunderstorms move across South Jersey as promised. While the chances for rain have increased, the thunderstorms may not reach South Jersey until a few hours later than the time that earlier forecasts called for./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com There’s good news for everyone who wants to cram as much fun as they can in to their Saturday before thunderstorms move across South Jersey as promised. While the chances for rain have increased, the thunderstorms may not reach South Jersey until a few hours later than the time that earlier forecasts called for./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com There is good news for everyone who wants to cram as much fun as they can in to their Saturday before thunderstorms move across South Jersey as promised. While the chances for rain have increased, the thunderstorms may not reach South Jersey until a few hours later than the time that earlier forecasts called for. Here’s the latest outlook, temperature and radar outlooks:

Early showers go away by South Jersey sunrise

According to the latest North American Model advance radar forecast issued late Friday, evening, hazy, hot and humid weather will move into South Jersey on Saturday.

Overnight and early morning showers should be over by the time most people wake up, according to the National Weather Service.

Hazy, hot and humid

Humidity levels will remain above 50 and 60 percent across most of South Jersey on Saturday, May 10./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Humidity levels will remain above 50 and 60 percent across most of South Jersey on Saturday, May 10./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Then the temperature will soar into the lower-80s while humidity levels remain above 50 to 60 percent during the afternoon on Saturday, according to the NAM forecast.

Thunderstorms, which had been forecast to arrive near the dinner hour, could hold off until after 8 p.m., according to the outlook posted by the NAM.

South Jersey mainland temperatures will creep into the lower-80s./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com South Jersey mainland temperatures will creep into the lower-80s./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com A wonderful Mother’s Day

As promised, all of the rain will be out of the South Jersey are during the early morning hours. That will set the stage for a sunny Mother’s Day with summer-like South Jersey mainland high temperatures.

Read more: South Jersey among the hardest hit  by  Climate Change.


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