NJ weather calls for more rain; damp weekend continues
It’s going to be another wet and gloomy day even as temperatures hover in the 40s — above normal for this time of year.
The National Weather Service is predicting up to one inch of total rainfall through Sunday, with steady rain expected most of the morning.
In some areas, forecasters say, the rainfall rates have increased to 0.2 inches per hour.
Moderate rain is now moving across the region. Rainfall rates have picked up further west across the region with some rainfall rates at .20 inches per hour. Expect some standing water and ponding of area roadways. The steady rain will continue through much of this morning. pic.twitter.com/fhBPmXn3jB
— NWS New York NY (@NWSNewYorkNY) February 25, 2018
Temperature lows for Sunday will settle in the high 30s in some sections of the state but will mostly remain in the 40s. Highs for the day could reach the upper 40s, according to New Jersey Weather & Climate Network.
The northern part of the state is expected to get heavier rains, between 0.5-1 inch. In the southern section of the state, total rainfall accumulations will be closer to half an inch, according to the weather service.
— NWS Mount Holly (@NWS_MountHolly) February 24, 2018
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