Spring-like conditions will continue today through Saturday, as warmer air will continue to surge in from the south, making it feel much more like April than February! With this, temperatures today will soar even higher than yesterday, extending into the 60s across most of the Tri-State. Temperatures throughout the region could vary a bit depending on the amount of cloud coverage. Sunnier, inland spots across portions of central New Jersey have the best chance at seeing temperatures climb the highest, potentially reaching into the upper 60s. Meanwhile, cool, southerly winds off the ocean will continue to keep temperatures only in the upper 50s, just barely reaching 60 degrees across parts of Long Island.
More clouds will pile up during the evening, followed by the possibility of a few sprinkles leading into tonight. Again, areas of patchy fog could develop overnight with lows raninging in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
Temperatures will continue to trend well above normal through the remainder of the week, with daytime highs staying in the 60s. Similar to today, parts of our area could start off rather foggy again, which could reduce overall visibility to less than a quarter of a mile in spots. Thus, poor visibility on the roads could result in additional delays during the AM commute. Other than a quick spritz here or there, it will stay relatively dry during the day tomorrow with morning clouds giving way to at least a few peeks of sunshine during the afternoon again.
TODAY: Mild with morning clouds giving way to partial sunshine during the afternoon. Areas of patchy dense fog during the morning. HIGH: 64
TONIGHT: Mild with mostly cloudy skies. A few early sprinkles possible with patchy fog developing later on. LOW: 53