Sunny weekend ahead at the Jersey Shore

    Anglers at sunrise along a jetty in Asbury Park at sunrise today. (Photo: @suzanne_ap via Instagram as tagged #JSHN)

    Anglers at sunrise along a jetty in Asbury Park at sunrise today. (Photo: @suzanne_ap via Instagram as tagged #JSHN)

    A sunny weekend that begins cool and ends mild is ahead at the Jersey Shore, forecasters say. 

    High pressure will dominate across the region, delivering tranquil conditions.

    But temperatures will be about 10 degrees below normal tomorrow, reaching the upper 40s to around 50 degrees. A light westerly breeze will make it feel slightly cooler.

    Tomorrow night will feature mostly clear skies and light winds, allowing temperatures to drop into the middle 30s. 

    The first frost or freeze is likely for Cape May County, where the growing season is continues. 

    By Sunday, with a west-southwesterly flow, temperatures will become mild and slightly above normal, topping out around 60 degrees. 

    Similar temperatures are likely through next week. The next chance of rain comes Tuesday. 

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