A cold front is situated near the northern tip of the Garden State and will push down across the state throughout the day. There is not much moisture associated with the front, but a very slight chance of an isolated shower cannot be ruled out.
A mixture of sun and clouds today. Temperatures ranging from the mid 70s in the higher terrain to the upper 70s to low 80s elsewhere. The wind is out of the west at about 10 mph, becoming gusty out of the northwest as the cold front passes.
For tomorrow, under the control of high pressure, it will be mostly sunny and seasonable, with temperatures in the mid 70s. A warm flow will develop Tuesday into Wednesday, with temperatures quickly warming up, peaking around 90 degrees on Wednesday (cooler at the coast).
BOAT/BEACH: With a west wind, beware of flies. Breakers and ocean swells are around two feet. The ocean temperature is in the low to mid 70s, and there is a low risk of rip currents, but always swim near a lifeguard.