Get ready for the rain, graduates and moms. Expect the rain to start before dawn tomorrow, remaining steady for the morning hours.
Saturday starts off dry, but rain will spread in through New England from southwest to northeast. Wind: N/NE 5-10. Low: 49.
Highs will stay in the 80s through the middle of next week with chances for storms returning to Kansas Tuesday and Thursday. However, although the drought has ended, river levels are not unusually high and a few inches of rain will easily be absorbed.
Wave heights along the Jersey Shore are anticipated in the 2-to-4 foot range, and from 1-3 feet on the Delaware Bay, forecasters said. Saturday will likely be a bit colder with a high of 57 degrees and a low in the evening of 53 degrees again. Gusts of 25mph are expected inland, and 30-35mph along the Jersey Shore.
Never fear, sunshine and clear skies are here in time for Mother's Day.
Friday: A slight chance of rain after 1pm.
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Mon: High: 87 Low: 62 Partly cloudy. East wind 6 to 8 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 80 percent.
Sunday: Heaviest rain ends early in the morning. Northeast wind 7 to 13 miles per hour.
The leading rain bands of our impending storm system may encroach upon South Jersey Friday evening, but most raindrops will hold off until after midnight Friday night.
Rainfall totals be lowest in parts of northwestern New England, in Vermont, with higher totals along the coast. Sunday will be warm and dry with sunshine in full supply, along with a high in the mid 80s.
Sun: High: 85 Mostly sunny, breezy, very warm. Cloudy, with a low around 46.