First snow this season, light coats the hills of Sussex County.
Monday will be a mild and windy day in New Jersey, but a warmup is coming on the way to the next weekend with temperatures going into the 60s on Thursday.
As for the Jersey Shore, there is no wind in the north-east, on Monday morning. As many as 40 mph gusts can be ruled out on the coast of the Jersey Shore.
If weather falls into 30s, there are likely periods of partly sunny weather. The weather will be cold a bit later Monday as we go down in the mid to upper 40s as the temperature increases into the mid-20s, with breezy conditions soaking up the temperatures.
As usual, expect a warm Saturday with the peak 60s and low 70s so we need some quiet night on the last day.
On Thursday, with the sun rising and the mercury rising into the 60s about 10 to 15 degrees below normal as the weather starts. Weathers are predicted for Thursday evening, but it'll likely be too warm to see snow falling.
Saturday is not forecast to be 40 degrees Celsius. As usual, a sunny Friday will be 40 degrees Celsius.
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