As the eyes of the football loving world descend on New Jersey this coming weekend the National Weather Service is calling for a clear but cold week and the potential for a wet time for the Super Bowl.
The high for today is expected to be near 39 on a cloudy day but that could be the warmest temperature we see all week. It will feel considerably colder with winds between 16 and 21 MPH and gusts as high as 33 MPH. By tonight the low could drop to around 12 degrees but a wind chill will make that feel closer to one degree below zero.
Tuesday’s high temperature is expected to be close t0 17 degrees on a sunny day but the wind chill could knock that down close to three degrees below zero. That will make the low of eight degrees on Tuesday night feel a little warmer.
By the time Wednesday comes the wind chills should become less of a factor with a high near 23 and sunshine followed by a mostly clear night with a low near 9 degrees. Thursday’s forecast looks warmer with a high near 33 and mostly sunshine in the sky before a low near 21 at night.
Friday’s forecast calls for a partly sunny day with a high near 36 degrees and a low near 20 at night. The forecast for the weekend still looks questionable with highs close to 40 and lows in the 20’s and at least a 30 percent chance of rain and snow throughout.