Mostly quiet weather week ahead at the Jersey Shore

A Long Beach Island snowy owl. (Image: Stay Above the Weather)

A Long Beach Island snowy owl. (Image: Stay Above the Weather)

No major storms or cold blasts are on the horizon for the Jersey Shore as December begins later this week, forecasters say.

With the exception of a potential disturbance for Thursday night into Friday, a quiet weather pattern will prevail this week, according to the National Weather Service.

Monday will be another mostly sunny day, with high temperatures reaching the lower to middle 50s. Winds out of the west might gust to around 20 miles per hour at times.

A southerly flow will develop on Tuesday, allowing temperature to climb through the 50s and possibly 60s on Wednesday under mostly sunny skies.

Thursday will feature cooler temperatures in the lower to middle 50s but pleasant conditions will prevail.

A low pressure system will develop in the area on Thursday night and will result in around a 50 percent chance of showers through Friday, according to NOAA.

High pressure will return and skies will then clear for the weekend, featuring high temperatures in the lower 50s.

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