Cooler temperatures ahead this weekend

     (Photo: John Entwistle Photography)

    (Photo: John Entwistle Photography)

    After days of Indian summer conditions, Mother Nature will return us to reality this weekend as more seasonable weather arrives. 

    A cold front will sweep through the region tonight, but temperatures tomorrow will remain above average, peaking in the lower 60s. 

    High temperatures in the upper 50s are typical for the Jersey Shore going into the second week of November. 

    By Sunday, we’ll be slightly below average, with high temperatures in the middle 50s.  

    With high pressure arriving, the latter half of the weekend will feature more sunshine than the beginning, with intervals of sun and clouds on tap for Saturday as the cold front moves through.

    Light showers are possible late tonight into tomorrow morning. 

    An early look at next week shows a slight warming trend, with temperatures reaching the upper 50s by Monday and then lower to middle 60s through Thursday. 

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