Tranquil weekend to end with a chance of snow showers at the Jersey Shore

    A Cape May sunset by Cole Ditzel (@coleditzel) as tagged #JSHN on Instagram.

    A Cape May sunset by Cole Ditzel (@coleditzel) as tagged #JSHN on Instagram.

    A mostly typical late January weekend is ahead at the Jersey Shore.

    Skies will be partly sunny today, with temperatures rising to the lower 40s, according to NOAA. That’s a few degrees above normal.

    With a breeze from the west gusting to around 30 miles per hour at times, it’ll feel colder.

    The wind will decrease to around 10 miles per hour overnight, when temperatures will drop down to around 30 degrees.

    By tomorrow, skies will continue to be partly sunny with a few more clouds around, and temperatures will be similar to yesterday. Lighter winds are on tap, sustained to around 14 miles per hour.

    There’s a chance of snow showers, with perhaps a light accumulation, at night through Monday morning, the National Weather Service says.

    Other than the possibility of some additional snow showers next week, there are no major snow storms on the horizon.

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