Record high temperatures possible tomorrow

    Warm air surging into the region from the southwest tomorrow

    Warm air surging into the region from the southwest tomorrow

    A surge of warm air tomorrow will likely topple record highs throughout the region, forecasters say. 

    Temperatures will likely rise into the lower 60s — over 20 degrees above average — as a warm front pushes through the area. The record temperature for tomorrow in Atlantic City is 63 degrees. 

    But moist air will accompany the mild conditions, with a steady rain in the forecast for late tonight through tomorrow morning, tapering off for the afternoon hours. A southwest wind will also be gusty at times. 

    A cold front will then swoop through, plunging temperatures to the lower 30s overnight Sunday. By Monday, high temperatures will struggle to rise above the middle 30s, and it will feel colder with a westerly breeze.

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    But no brutal Arctic cold is in the cards for next week. The only wintry chance on the horizon is a chance of snow showers Tuesday night.

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