As this is a new blog, some adjustments will occur as we settle in to “the routine.” It is obvious to me that I do not have the time to commit to giving full 7 day forecasts with highs and lows every day, plus making daily adjustments.
What I will do is give the next 24-36 hours and highlight things in the future that are being ignored or underplayed in most public forecasts. So here we go ...
Next 24-36 hours:
Enjoy the clouds and maybe a peak or two of sun, but don’t plan the picnic just yet. Milder into the mid 60s if the sun does come out, and as a cold front passes through, it should sweep out these pesky low clouds and brings in much drier air. We will welcome the sunshine tomorrow.
Things to Look Out for:
1. Freeze very likely Friday night/Sat morning: Big burly high pressure coming down from the arctic regions of Canada and settling right smack dab on top of us Friday night. The source region of air is important. The winds will go calm, and if they do early, expect a freeze, with temps dipping into the upper 20s.
2. Between Sun and Wed … things could get rather cloudy, damp, and cool as a storm may try to develop off the NJ coast. This is not, however, etched in stone.
3. Indian summer like weather the middle part of next week. How does 75 degrees (or warmer) sound?
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.