It’s a beautiful morning here at JSHN HQ in South Seaside Park, with a 77.9 °F reading, winds out of the west at 11 mph, and a clear sky.
For the first time in likely weeks, there are currently no advisories, watches, and warnings for New Jersey on the US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly map. What a relief!
Mostly sunny this morning, with a mixture of sun and clouds during the afternoon. There is a very slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm this afternoon. Highs in the low 80s at the beaches, mid 80s inland. Sun and clouds tomorrow with a chance of showers and slightly cooler temperatures, and slightly better conditions Friday, when a chance of showers still remains. A northeast wind both days — breezy tomorrow — will bring in even warmer water and kick up the surf a bit. Saturday currently looks like the nicest day of the weekend. There’s no excessive heat in the forecast.
BOAT/BEACH: There are currently no ocean or boating advisories. A west wind changing to northwest later around 10 mph. The breakers are 1-2 feet, and seas are 1 foot or less. The UVI Index is a 9 (very high). The surf temperature is in the low 70s, and there is a low chance of rip currents, but always swim near a lifeguard.
Justin Auciello is editor of JSHN, a content partner with NewsWorks.