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Here’s Your Sunday Jersey Shore Weather Forecast For Labor Day Weekend

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Toms River, NJ- Labor Day weekend continues on Sunday. Good morning we’ll start with areas of patchy fog that will break for partly sunny skies for the rest of the day. Travelers are advised of patchy fog between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. Sunday’s high will be near 86 with a calm wind from the south at around 5 mph in the afternoon.

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NJ weather: Heat and humidity will feel as if it’s 100 degrees outside this weekend

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The unofficial start of summer is still a week out, but the heat index could reach 100 degrees this Saturday in much of the state, according to the National Weather Service in Mount Holly. Overnight Thursday into Friday, the federal agency issued a heat advisory for the New Jersey counties of Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean and Somerset. The advisory is in effect from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday.

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NJ’s weather goes downhill Monday: Rain, wind, coastal flooding, limited snow

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There’s a bunch of hype swirling around a coastal storm system set to impact New Jersey starting Monday afternoon.

Yes, it’s going to get rainy and windy.

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NJ weather: Warm Wednesday for most, rain for St. Patrick’s Day

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Tuesday’s high temperatures were pretty impressive! Not only because we hit a max of 72 degrees in Sicklerville (Camden County). But because the sea breeze kept Harvey Cedars (LBI, Ocean County) a full 20 degrees cooler, at 52.

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N.J. weather: These 25 towns hit the snow jackpot in the weekend blizzard

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Wednesday NJ weather: Warming up, then cooling down

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Happy first day of December! On average, this is New Jersey’s 3rd coldest month of the year. (Behind only January and February.) It is our 4th wettest and 3rd snowiest month too. Only 20 days to go until the official start of Winter.

As we begin the new month, there is still no “dramatic” weather in New Jersey’s forecast, for the next week at least. There will be some temperature swings — from cool to warm, and back again. And there will be some showers — mainly rain, nothing heavy. Our next chance of something bigger will be in the middle of next week.

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Monday NJ weather: The second of three chilly November days

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Sunday’s high temperatures only reached the mid to upper 40s across New Jersey, easily our coldest day of the season so far. Monday’s forecast highs: also in the mid to upper 40s. With a brisk wind adding to the chill in the air.

Tuesday will be unseasonably cold too, before temperatures moderate midweek. The warmup will be welcome, but brief. Our next storm system late-week will drive a round of rain through New Jersey. Followed by another bout of tumbling temperatures, of course.

At least there are no substantial periods of severe weather or winter weather in the forecast for the next week (at least).

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NJ turning rainy, windy, and then much colder: 6 things to know

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We face several hours of steady (if not heavy) rain Friday morning. Along with elevated winds, making for some nasty (and maybe even stormy) weather.

This is the first step in a big transition, driven by a strong cold front. As the sun comes out Friday afternoon, temperatures will start to tumble.

This weekend is going to feel much more November-ish. If not December-ish, by early next week. And there will be some rain and possibly snow showers around this weekend too.

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TWO MORE SUMMER-ISH DAYS, THEN TWO DAMP AND DREARY DAYS

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Only eight more days of summer left before we “fall” into autumn. And as we look at the rest of this week, we’re looking at two more warm, humid, relatively pleasant days for Tuesday and Wednesday. That will be followed by a 36-hour period of unsettled, damp, and dreary weather for Thursday and Friday. If everything goes according to plan, the final weekend of summer should bring a return to fair skies.

Our weather has since dried out, although there is some patchy fog being reported, especially where it poured.

Look for mixed sun and clouds throughout Tuesday, with manageable humidity levels. Thermometers are starting the day in the 60s for all but the immediate coast.

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HENRI FLY-BY FOR NJ: INCLEMENT WEATHER, ANGRY OCEAN THIS WEEKEND

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HENRI FLY-BY FOR NJ: INCLEMENT WEATHER, ANGRY OCEAN THIS WEEKEND

As of Friday morning, Tropical Storm Henri is centered approximately 600 miles south of Cape May, New Jersey. From late Saturday night into early Sunday morning, it is expected to pass about 100-200 east of the Jersey Shore, as a category one hurricane.

So we face inclement, but not particularly dangerous, weather at times through the weekend. Rain, wind, and clouds are in the forecast, no matter where in the state you are. Having said that, we will salvage some breaks of dry weather, especially early Saturday and late Sunday.

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