Unsettled weather ahead for most of workweek

    Image: Surf City by @jasonschack71 as tagged #JSHN on Instagram.

    Image: Surf City by @jasonschack71 as tagged #JSHN on Instagram.

    After pleasant conditions tomorrow, the remainder of the workweek will feature unsettled weather, forecasters say. 

    The high pressure system currently delivering calm weather will move offshore tomorrow. A cold front will then move across the region Monday night through Tuesday morning.

    It’ll then staff off the coast Tuesday afternoon, allowing for “several waves” of low pressure to develop over the region and “will pass either through or south of the area into next weekend,” according to the National Weather Service office in Mount Holly. 

    Showers will likely develop tomorrow night and last through at least early Tuesday afternoon. A mixture of sun and clouds and shower chances will continue at least through Friday. 

    The National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center is forecasting slightly over two-inches of rain across the workweek through Saturday morning. 

    High temperatures will be around 70 degrees at the Jersey Shore all week, dropping to the lower 60s at night. 

    Image: @jasonschack71 as tagged #JSHN on Instagram. 

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