Good morning! After a cloudy, wet day on Tuesday, today will much improved, as a Nor’easter moves farther into the Atlantic. Mostly sunny skies are expected with dry westerly winds by this afternoon. These conditions will help temperatures rise into the middle to upper 70s, with some spots possibly reaching 80 degrees. These temperatures are near or slightly below normal.
Clear skies and light winds are expected for most of the night. This will lead to some radiational cooling with temperatures dropping into the 50s over the Interior Valleys and Pine Barrens and into the lower to middle 60s over more urban and coastal areas. Then a cold front associated with a shortwave trough will be moving through the Northeast on Thursday. More clouds are likely to mix with sunshine with temperatures rising into the upper 70s to lower 80s, ahead of the cold front.
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