There will be a few sprinkles north of I-80. And during the same year, the temperature soared to the highest ever recorded in Jersey at 36°C on 9 August.
Typical highs & Lows: 72 & 47. During the day we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine.
Here's what we don't know - the GFS continues to be the fastest of all the computer models. Eventually, this line of storms will get an eastward nudge; that may take until later on in the afternoon and even into our Saturday night. A band of ice accumulation, high winds and sleet is expected in mid-Michigan, arriving later Saturday and into Sunday. There's a chance, in fact, that the western parts of town get little or no rain at all. "We'll have a nice, bright day today and much of tomorrow, too". A cold front will slowly be crossing the area. 'Even with regards to next weekend it is too hard to say'.
"Travel will likely become very hazardous, perhaps impossible at times when and where heaviest snow/ice accumulates". By late morning into the early afternoon, stronger storms may develop closer to the Metroplex as the dry line approaches.
EXTENDED: Saturday morning shows cooler and breezy conditions to start the weekend.
Monday night, the low will be around 40, according to the weather service. It will be rather cloudy with some showers and flurries.
A few more clouds will move in to block out more of the sun. We could see cold showers in the Valley and snow flurries in the higher elevations. However, with a south becoming a west wind at 10 to 20 miles per hour, wind chills will be in the 20s and 30s for Saturday morning. We can not rule out an isolated tornado. Our high temperatures on Wednesday will be in the lower to mid 50s.
Temperatures on Saturday will begin rather warm, but cooler air will push the temperatures downward through the day.