Weather pattern continues: Unsettled workweek; pleasant weekend

     Storms approaching Union Beach in early June. (Photo: JSHN contributor Erin Burkhardt)

    Storms approaching Union Beach in early June. (Photo: JSHN contributor Erin Burkhardt)

    Once again, there’s a reward waiting at the end of the workweek. 

    Forecasters expect the unsettled weather that will last straight through Friday to depart just in time for the weekend.

    With a muggy air mass in place, there will be chance for showers and thunderstorms and heavy downpours each day.

    The best chance of dry weather is during a “good portion of the Tuesday into early Wednesday time frame,” according to the National Weather Service. 

    “While the threat cannot be ruled out for any day, chances will increase for both heavy rain and stronger thunderstorms as the work week progresses, likely peaking on Friday,” a Hazardous Weather Outlook issued by the service Sunday said. 

    Daytime temperatures throughout the week will be in the middle to upper 70s near the shore and upper 70s to lower 80s inland.

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