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NWS: Chilly, Wet Start to the Day in Parts of North Jersey


By: Richard L. Smith 

Newark and the surrounding North Jersey region are waking up to a damp and chilly morning, with light rain in some areas.

As of 4:30 a.m., temperatures were hovering around 47 degrees in North Arlington, making it a day when an extra layer or coat would be appreciated for staying warm.

The National Weather Service said the weather forecast indicates that rain is likely, especially before 8 a.m., with cloudy conditions extending through mid-morning.

However, residents can anticipate gradual clearing as the day progresses, with a high temperature reaching near 50 degrees.


A brisk north wind, blowing at speeds of 7 to 11 mph and gusting as high as 22 mph, will add a chill to the air.

Despite the wet start, precipitation amounts are expected to be minimal, with less than a tenth of an inch anticipated.

For those heading out early, be prepared for cooler and potentially damp conditions, but expect the weather to improve as the day unfolds.

As always, you can stay updated with the latest weather information on RLS Media by clicking HERE so you can plan your activities accordingly.