By: Richard L. Smith
As Newark embraces another day with a winterlike ambiance, residents should prepare for a brisk Wednesday. The cooler stretch continues.
The day will bring a few flurries, especially noticeable in Sussex and Warren County, signaling a cold day ahead. As we embark on our midweek routines, the weather takes a chilly turn.
According to meteorologists at the National Weather Service, the morning may offer a slight chance of rain showers after 10 a.m., gradually mixing with snow after 4 p.m.
The skies will remain mostly cloudy, with temperatures peaking near a modest 43 degrees. A noticeable northwest wind blowing at 6 to 15 mph adds to the day's crisp feel.
However, the chance of precipitation lingers at a low 20%.
As night descends, the clouds will part, leading to clearer skies. Temperatures are expected to dip to around 29 degrees, with wind chill values fluctuating between 20 and 25.
The humidity stands at 67%, accompanied by a north wind at ten mph and a barometer reading of 29.98 inches.
Residents can look forward to a brief warmup by Friday. Until then, it's advisable to bundle up and stay cozy.
Have a great Wednesday, NJ, and keep warm.