Moderating temperatures ahead this week at the Jersey Shore

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A more seasonable weather pattern is ahead for the Jersey Shore this week after last weekend’s first cold snap of the season.

After Monday’s cloudy skies and showers, the general theme for the week will be temperatures generally moderating through the 50s and mostly dry conditions, according to NOAA.

Temperature will gradually rise to the middle and upper 50s on Thursday before dropping to the lower 50s on Friday.

The average temperatures for the Jersey Shore for middle November are in the upper end of the middle 50s.

The weekend will feature varied conditions. On Saturday, with showers likely, high temperatures will rise to around 60 degrees.

By Sunday, the sun runs, but following a cold front passage, temperatures will be below normal in the upper 40s. A breeze will make it feel cooler.

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