After today’s cold, another (slight) warming trend begins

    The November temperature roller coaster ride continues.

    A brisk northwest flow is currently delivering cooler air to the Garden State as seen in this image from the latest GFS forecasting model run, but the core of Canadian air (shades of pink and purple) won’t hit us like last week’s quick blast.

    We’ll be dealing with slightly below normal temperatures in the upper 40s to around 50 today. Similar temperatures tomorrow, then we’ll warm slightly for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (topping out in the mid 50s — around normal).

    Expect mostly sunny conditions through early Friday, but a cold front approaches later on Friday and passes sometimes on Saturday, delivering showers.

    Sun will return on Sunday, but it will be chilly after the cold front passes, with a breeze and well below normal daytime highs in the 30s.

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