Are you ready to taste the taste of winter again in early spring? Forecasters from the National Weather Service said Friday was a cold morning, with temperatures hovering around 30 degrees Celsius in the mid-1920s. After dawn, New Jersey faced another blast of cold air on Saturday morning.
The lows on Saturday morning are expected to drop to 23 degrees at Sussex Airport in Sussex, 25 degrees in Morristown, and 26 degrees in Trenton and Atlantic City.
The Bureau of Meteorology said that at the Newark Liberty International Airport on Friday morning, mercury levels dropped to 28 degrees, the lowest daily record on April 2. Last Saturday, the lowest temperature in Newark City was 28 degrees, and the lowest record was 24 degrees, which was set in 1
Even if there is no other record, the temperature on Saturday morning was about 10 degrees lower than the normal temperature in early April.
Good news: Forecasters say that the temperature on Saturday afternoon will rise to the lowest point in the mid-1950s, mainly under clear skies. Although the morning on Easter Sunday is cold, the temperature in the afternoon will rise to 50 to 60 degrees Celsius.
The weather service said there will be a breeze in most parts of New Jersey on Sunday afternoon, but gusts in the Newark area may be as high as 21 mph. If you plan to have an outdoor Easter party or an Easter egg hunt, you have to keep this in mind.
Looking ahead, weather forecasters called for pleasant spring weather on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, mostly clear skies, while the high points in the afternoon are as low as the mid-1960s every day. Then there is the threat of showers on Thursday.
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