Unseasonably chilly weather will continue through Monday before temperatures rebound Tuesday to their normal range, the National Weather Service is predicting. Fortunately, no precipitation is forecast over the next seven days.
Sunday’s high will reach just 52 degrees, the NWS’s office in Mount Holly was predicting, with the overnight low between Sunday and Monday dipping to 31. The temperatures in certain areas – including the interior of the state’s Pine Barrens – could even drop to the high 20s overnight.
The cold temperatures have prompted the NWS to issue a freeze warning from 12 midnight to 9 a.m. Monday. The chilly weather will continue through Monday, with a high of 52 degrees.
The cold will finally break Tuesday when the mercury will reach a more seasonably 69 degrees. Likewise, the highs on both Wednesday and Thursday are forecast to be 69. Each day will be sunny, according to the forecast.