It’s a tale of two seasons this week.
High temperatures at the Jersey Shore will range from the low to middle 60s through Wednesday, with mostly sunny skies Monday and Tuesday, according to NOAA. But an onshore flow could result in more clouds at the coast.
A low pressure system will move through the area Tuesday night, delivering a chance of rain or drizzle overnight into early Wednesday morning. Skies then become clearer. Wednesday will be the warmest day of the week, featuring high temperatures in the middle 60s.
A cold front will then sweep through the region late Wednesday, dropping high temperatures to around 50 degrees on Thursday under partly sunny skies.
There will be a chance of rain or snow showers Thursday night through Friday morning. High temperatures Friday will be in the middle 40s under clearing skies.
The weekend will feature mostly sunny skies, with perhaps a few more clouds on Sunday. High temperatures will be in the middle to upper 40s Saturday and near 50 on Sunday.
Overnight low temperatures Thursday through Sunday will be in the lower to middle 30s near the coast and slightly colder inland.