Unsettled weather through Saturday, but no washout for Halloween

    Sun and clouds today and Halloween. Showers will move in late Thursday through Friday. As of now, the weekend looks decent, with clouds possibly sticking around Saturday morning behind a cold front passage. Mild through Saturday.

    Showers are currently moving through southwest New Jersey, with more to the west in Delaware and Maryland. Precipitation will pass through this morning, remaining well to the south of I-195. Mostly cloudy today. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 60s (cooler in the higher elevations). Overnight temperatures will also be mild, dropping to the middle to upper 40s (warmer at the coast).

    This image is from around 8:30 a.m. today in Ocean City, NJ, courtesy of TheSurfersView.com.

    Mainly cloudy on Halloween, but showers should hold off until late evening. Similar temperatures tomorrow, with a breeze developing later in the day. The southerly flow will keep temperatures very mild overnight into Friday, which will feature showers and temperatures around 70 degrees. While the cold front is expected to pass Friday, clouds may linger around for early Saturday.

    But an overall decent weekend. Temperatures will drop back to the low 60s on Saturday, becoming much cooler (low to mid 50s) on Sunday.

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