Listen: Dan Zero, New Jersey, Chief Meteorologist discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott
"Jersey's first news five forty four. Is you bring in our chief meteorologist Dan zero. So Dan, I guess the good news for the weather ahead. Is that it's dry. Yes. Exactly. Right. And that's important here. Do you know that Atlantic City international airport as C Y for the month of November alone, we've topped ten inches of rain. That's one of the wettest months of all time one of the top six or seven. I think at the AC y it's been very wet. Obviously capping off a very wet year. One of the wettest years of all time too. So it's nice to have a couple of days of dry weather and the wind is going to help evaporate. All those puddles today with partial sunshine, that means it'll be mostly cloudy to the north and mostly sunny to the south. We will see wind gusts to about thirty miles an hour today. So that's gonna anti blustery characteristic to this forecast. High temperatures lower to mid forties. In addition, we have several flood warnings continuing for many in the New Jersey waterways too numerous to mention the Barney get bay also still running a bit on the high side. So there could be some. Localized flooding issues for some road closures, obviously fast traffic will keep you up to date on that. And have our next report coming up in a few minutes tonight is going to stay breezy. So as lows dip into the thirties. It's kind of feel like the twenties that's going to be chilly and another blustery day tomorrow. Highs only around forty give or take with a mix of sun and clouds. Get a little better on Thursday. Still breezy, highs mid to upper forties with sunshine will finally lose the win on Friday watching two storm systems as the weekend approaches some late day, rain showers that's late day Friday, and then another batch of heavier rain will move in late day, Saturday, New Jersey one zero one point five news time now five forty five."