Shower chances dominate the Jersey Shore forecast this week

    (Photo: olegshpyrko via Flickr)

    (Photo: olegshpyrko via Flickr)

    An unsettled week is ahead at the Jersey Shore as the possibility of showers looms through Sunday. 

    The wet forecast is due to a multiple low pressure systems moving through the area. The first system, with its associated fronts, will move from the region later today, followed by a second system tomorrow, according to the National Weather Service.

    A third system will arrive later on Wednesday and circulate through the area throughout the early portion of the weekend.

    The parade of active weather will spawn showers at times, with tomorrow likely to be the wettest day. The National Weather Service says the forecast for later in the workweek is uncertain and could also be particularly soggy.  

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    Some sun is likely at times this week, although clouds will be the predominate feature. Temperatures will be about four to seven degrees below normal all week.

    Highs will generally be in the middle to upper 50s in northern and central Shore areas and upper 50s to lower 60s in southern areas. 

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