Showers, thunderstorms moving through portion of Shore; more possible later

     A storm front moving over the Collingwood Auction & Flea Market this morning. (Photo: JSHN contributor Corinne Cavallo)

    A storm front moving over the Collingwood Auction & Flea Market this morning. (Photo: JSHN contributor Corinne Cavallo)

    A cluster of showers and thunderstorms is moving through northern Shore areas this morning and more are possible this afternoon and early evening, forecasters say.

    The activity shortly before 10:00 a.m., which is impacting Monmouth County and northern Ocean County, is heading east.

    “We should have a break during the late morning hours into the early afternoon, before additional convection develops during the day,” according to a forecast discussion issued by the National Weather Service office in Mount Holly. 

    Forecasters expect an increase in scattered showers and thunderstorms, some of which could generate heavy rain and strong winds. 

    Skies will be mostly cloudy, with temperatures in the lower 80s and the coast and upper 80s inland, according to NOAA. 

    Forecasters expect mostly sunny and hot conditions tomorrow. 

     

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