‘Super’ weekend to feature dry conditions at the Jersey Shore

    AP photo.

    AP photo.

    Mother Nature won’t spoil your Super Bowl plans this weekend at the Jersey Shore. 

    Although chilly tomorrow with temperatures in the middle 30s — or about five to 10 degrees below normal — the day will be sunny, tranquil, and dry accompanied by a westerly wind up to 15 miles per hour, according to NOAA.

    The nighttime hours will be chilly in the 20s, but a southwesterly wind for Sunday will allow warmer air to move into the region. 

    After abundant sunshine tomorrow, Sunday will feature mostly cloudy conditions with temperatures rising to the middle 40s. 

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    The mild southwesterly breeze will be blowing up to around 22 miles per hour. The nighttime hours won’t be as chilly as tomorrow night, but with the breeze, you’ll want to bundle up if you’re heading home after the big game. 

    Looking ahead, after sunny skies and temperatures in the middle 40s on Monday, rain arrives for slightly warmer Tuesday. Skies will begin to improve on Wednesday, when temperatures will rise into the 50s. 

    By Thursday, winds will increase, and under mostly sunny skies, temperatures will drop into the 30s through Friday. 

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