With the high heat and humidity over the next several days, the higher than normal demand for electricity to power AC units round the clock, will likely result in widely scattered brown-outs or power outages in and around our area. The link below is courtesy of PSE&G NJ and shows the current status of any
Temperatures over the next several days will continue to be far below average with bitterly cold conditions courtesy of an arctic Canadian high pressure centered over Ontario bringing down some very cold air. The trend of very cold temperatures and frigid wind chills will continue over the next 4 to 5 days and a small
Today: Partly to mostly Sunny, breezy and dry. Other than a slight cool breeze, It should be fairly comfortable for trick-or-treaters this afternoon and tonight. High temperature 57. Tonight: Mostly clear with some passing clouds later during the night and chilly…low temperature 38. (Dropping though the 40’s during early evening).
Well yesterday’s “nor’easter” certainly lived up to expectations in and around our area..especially rainfall totals. The strongest of the winds were confined primarily to the coast, but that’s not to say we didn’t experience some gusts near 35 last night and very early this morning as the center of the system moved through.
Clear and cool …Winds 10-15 MPH and becoming Light later tonight. Low 42.
Here are the totals for yesterday and today for the Skyzone observing network.
Sunday’s total 4.44in!