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            Saturday September 19th

                       Today is the 90th day of summer         

  

                Mostly clear and unseasonably cool  

  

                Low 43-48 .. 38-42 for Warren and western Passaic Counties

 

         32 to 37 degrees for Sussex County.

  

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A Frost Advisory is in effect for Sussex County in northern New Jersey for 1 am to 8 am Sunday.  Click on the watches and warnings link for details.    New Jersey Current Watches and Warnings 

 

Mostly clear skies can be expected for this evening and it will be unseasonably chilly with lows in the mid 40's for Westwood and eastern sections of northern New Jersey and lows in the upper 30's and lower 40's inland sections of northern New Jersey.  Temperatures could drop to between 32 and 35 degrees across portions of Sussex County and areas of frost could develop after midnight.  

The skies will be partly to mostly sunny tomorrow and the temperatures will be unseasonably cool with highs in the low to mid 60's for Westwood and most of northern New Jersey.  Tomorrow evening will be mostly cloudy and unseasonably chilly with lows in the mid 40's for Westwood and eastern sections of northern New Jersey and lows in the upper 30's and lower 40's for inland sections of northern New Jersey.  Temperatures could drop to between 32 and 37 degrees across portions of Sussex County and areas of frost could develop after midnight

 

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 The weather forecast for

 

  Westwood, Bergen County and northern New Jersey

 

 

  

Tonight                                       

 

Mostly clear and unseasonably cool.   Areas of frost are possible for portions of Sussex County after 1 am.                           

Low 43-48 .. 38-42 for inland sections of northern New Jersey.   32-37 for portions of Sussex County.  

 

     Sunday                          

 

Partly to mostly sunny and unseasonably cool.                       

High 60-65.   

 

Sunday Evening                                       

 

Mostly clear and unseasonably cool.    Areas of frost could develop across portions of Sussex County after 4 am.                         

Low 43-48 .. 38-42 for inland sections of northern New Jersey.  32-37 for portions of Sussex County.    

   

     Monday                          

 

Partly to mostly sunny and mild.                        

High 63-68.   

 

Monday Evening                                       

 

Mostly clear and unseasonably cool.                           

Low 45-50 .. 40-45 for inland sections of northern New Jersey.    

 

     Tuesday                          

 

Partly to mostly sunny and mild.                        

High 68-72.   

 

Tuesday Evening                                       

 

Low 55-60 .. 50-55 for inland sections of northern New Jersey.    

Mostly clear and cool.     

 

       Wednesday                          

 

Partly to mostly sunny and mild.                        

High 75-80.   

 

Wednesday Evening                                       

 

Mostly clear and cool.                           

Low 55-60 .. 50-55 for inland sections of northern New Jersey.         

                      

     

         

                 

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 High pressure accompanied by unseasonably cool and dry air will continue to build into New Jersey from the west and northwest this evening.  Mostly clear skies can be expected and it will be unseasonably chilly with lows in the mid 40's for Westwood and eastern sections of northern New Jersey and lows in the upper 30's and lower 40's inland sections of northern New Jersey.  Temperatures could drop to between 32 and 37 degrees across portions of Sussex County and areas of frost could develop after midnight.  

A large area of high pressure centered over southeastern Canada will bring more cool and dry air into northern New Jersey during the daytime and evening hours tomorrow.  The daytime skies will be partly to mostly sunny and the temperatures will be unseasonably cool with highs in the low to mid 60's for Westwood and most of northern New Jersey.  Tomorrow evening will be mostly cloudy and unseasonably chilly with lows in the mid 40's for Westwood and eastern sections of northern New Jersey and lows in the upper 30's and lower 40's for inland sections of northern New Jersey.  Temperatures could drop to between 32 and 37 degrees across portions of Sussex County and areas of frost could develop after midnight

The large high pressure ridge will become stationary over the northeastern US on Monday and it will continue to bring cool and dry air into the region.  The daytime skies will be mostly sunny and the temperatures will be mild and below normal with highs in the mid 60's for Westwood and most of northern New Jersey.  Monday evening will be mostly clear and unseasonably cool with lows in the mid to upper 40's for Westwood and eastern sections of northern New Jersey and lows in the and lows in the low to mid 40's inland sections of northern New Jersey. 

A high pressure ridge will remain in place over much of the eastern United States on Tuesday.  The daytime skies will be mostly sunny and the temperatures will be mild with highs in the upper 60's and lower 70's for Westwood and most of northern New Jersey.  Tuesday evening will be mostly clear and cool with lows in the mid to upper 50's for Westwood and eastern sections of northern New Jersey and lows in the low to mid 50's for inland sections of northern New Jersey.  

The high pressure ridge will continue to sit over much of the eastern United States on Wednesday.  The daytime skies will be mostly partly to mostly sunny and the temperatures will be seasonably warm with highs in the upper 70's for Westwood and most of northern New Jersey.  Wednesday evening will be mostly clear and unseasonably cool with lows in the mid to upper 50's for Westwood and eastern sections of northern New Jersey and lows in the low to mid 50's for inland sections of northern New Jersey.     

 

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Extended Forecast

 

          

 

Thursday will be partly to mostly sunny with highs near 80 for Westwood and most of northern New Jersey.          

  

           

    

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