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.

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    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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