The weekend is looking warmer and mostly dry. With highs in the 70s inland and the 60s at the shore. You'll need to keep the umbrella close by Saturday and Sunday but most of you should not need to use it.
We'll slowly climb up the thermometer for the rest of the week, as high pressure continues to settled in and the sun continues to shine. The weekend will then be mostly dry, with next week seeing a revival of this subtle rise in warmth.
Tuesday afternoon was the last of any real cloud cover until the end of the week. High pressure will dominate Wednesday and Thursday, keeping rain well away. The weekend then looks to be lovely to hang outside, with only one weak shower threat.
Tuesday will have a little bit of everything — sun, clouds and a few showers. High pressure will flex its muscles more Wednesday, though, whic…
Mother Nature is a mom, she doesn't want to make the weather a pain for all of her fellow mothers' special day. So, we will have a dry day, with temperatures warmer than Saturday. A cold front will bring some showers Monday, with a string of cooler, dry days ahead.
Saturday will not be bright and sunny. There will be some showers. However, it will be mostly dry. Conditions will try to clear out ahead of t…
Temperatures will hover five degrees below average for our Mother's Day Weekend. Being that it's early May, though, we'll call it comfortably cool for mom Friday through Sunday, with one 12 to 18 hour period of showers.
A chilly shot of Canadian air will make Thursday feel more like spring than the summery weather many of us have seen the past couple of days. Friday will be the same, too, with just an afternoon shower. Mother's Day Weekend still looks to be mostly dry.
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It won't be a washout, but Wednesday will bring showers and storms on a muggy day. Cool air from Canadian will then flow in for the end of the week, bringing a two day stretch of below average temperatures Thursday and Friday. Mothers' Day Weekend will then be mostly dry.
Ready. Set. Summer. Last Wednesday brought record high temperatures to Atlantic City International Airport with a high of 89 degrees. While Tu…
Our first Sunday of May will feel more like the coveted last Sunday of the month for Memorial Day weekend.
After Friday's screaming, screething, windy day, Saturday will be more of the typical breezy day we usually see. The weekend will be dry, highlighted by a Sunday that will be around 80 on the mainland. More mainland 80s will be expected next week, too.
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On the heels of a record breaking day on the mainland Wednesday, Thursday will feature still summery, but not record breaking temperatures. Two rounds of showers will pass between Thursday and Friday before a dry weekend ahead.
Grab the shorts, put on the sunglasses and get ready for the first taste of summer. From Wednesday until Friday morning, warm, even hot, air w…
Tuesday will be the next step up the thermometer ladder, with temperatures above 10 degrees warmer than Monday. Then pack the bathing suit and beach chair. The warmest air of the year arrives for Wednesday, soaring temperatures to near record levels with 80s almost everywhere, event the shore.
The coastal storm that brought rain overnight will exit Sunday. Expect steady rain for only a few hours of the day, though gusty winds will continue. Looking ahead to next week, a big outbreak of warm air will put the region into the 70s and even some mainland 80s.
Despite the gray look for most of the day, Saturday will be a dry day in the region. However, a mini coastal storm will pass through Saturday night into part of Sunday, bringing rain, wind and potentially coastal flooding. Next week will then a super comfortable, warm spring stretch.
Friday morning will threaten young plants of the growing season, with a freeze possible for parts of the mainland. However, temperatures will …
Thursday morning will be a jacket and hat one. A last gasp of winter from Canada will move into the region, putting wind chills in the 20s for the start of the day. Temperatures will quickly moderate into Friday and Saturday. Then, a coastal storm is likely for Sunday.
We’ll copy Saturday, turn up the thermostat a few degrees and paste it right into Sunday. Monday will be about the same, too, with just spotty…
It won't be the brightest weekend, but it will be a dry one, as high pressure hangs on to prevent rain. Going into next week, expect an unsettled pattern. A few days will bring at least the potential for a shower, but we'll also have one sunny day that tops 70.
Besides a spotty shower, expect a dry Friday as high pressure stretches will reach across the region.
Thursday will have rain from a weak coastal storm, but it does look like more than half of your day will now be dry. That drier forecast for Thursday turns into a brighter forecast for Friday, with a weekend will way more dry time than not to follow.