By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer
We’ve had a damp and dreary day, but we will get into some breaks overnight. However, you WILL want the umbrella for Thursday, too.
The front is pesky, and rain will linger not only much of Thursday, but at least through the first half of Friday too. Total rainfall is expected to be wide ranging. Less than .5 inches for the Hudson Valley but closer to 2 inches in Ocean County, New Jersey.
The big difference from today, will be the falling temps and wind by Thursday afternoon. Temps will peak early Thursday morning (mid 60s around 6 a.m.) and fall to the lower 50s by early afternoon!
Temps will continue to fall into the 40s by Friday morning. Again, keep the umbrellas handy!
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