A slow moving cold front will bring some much needed rain to the region later Sunday into Monday, and will also cool things down big time.
Police in Toms River, Ocean County rescued roughly two dozen drivers Thursday afternoon, after powerful rain and hail hit much of the area. Many roads are still flooded.
Thursday will be another warm, muggy, steamy day. And the final days of May won’t offer much relief.
Due to the weather, there are delays reported at Philadelphia International Airport Wednesday afternoon.
In short, we’ve got some great excuses to hit the swimming pool in the days ahead, but keep your ears perked! If you hear thunder, always head indoors.
If you have the day off to get a head start on your travel, you’re in for a great travel day.
If you are a fan of cooler and less humid conditions you will enjoy the forecast into the holiday weekend.
The heat and humidity of recent history is a thing of the past on Wednesday, with highs only reaching the low 70s.
As we start off a new work week, the muggy, summer-like weather will continue for a few more days, but changes are on the way.
As we begin the third week in May, we will once again stay dry. That makes a deficit of 1.56″ of rainfall for the month. It isn’t cause for concern just yet, but parts of the region are now classified as abnormally dry.
Conditions today will be nothing short of spectacular.
Sun will mix with clouds on Wednesday as high pressure is beginning to settle in behind yesterday’s cold front, slashing temperatures like it were a fire sale.
Temperatures on the other hand are very similar, already soaring into the upper 70s and low 80s.
The new work week begins right where the last one left off, with more above average warmth.
If you are a fan of warm weather you are going to enjoy this weekend.