Mild stretch ends Sunday with arrival of blustery conditions

    A recent Pinelands sunset in Whitesbog by JSHN contributor Beth Sawickie‎.

    A recent Pinelands sunset in Whitesbog by JSHN contributor Beth Sawickie‎.

    A mild stretch will end during the second half of a weekend as a cold front passes through the Jersey Shore, forecasters say.

    Tomorrow will feature uneventful weather as sunny skies dominate and temperatures rech the lower 60s, according to NOAA. A light and variable wind will becoming south up to 17 miles per hour during the morning.

    Conditions will begin to quickly chage tomorrow night as a cold front approaches.

    NOAA is calling for a 30 percent chance of showers mainly between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m., with winds gusting as high as 37 miles per hour.

    Much cooler air will sweep in behind the frontage passage, with high temperatures on Sunday in the upper 40s. Blustery conditions are on tap with a west wind gusting as high as 44 miles per hour.

    Skies will be partly cloudy, and there will be a 20 percent chance of showers.

    Cool and breezy weather is likely through Tuesday evening. After a mostly sunny day with temperatures rebounding into the 50s on Wednesday, showers are possible on Thanksgiving Day.

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