An onshore flow developed today, keeping temperatures cooler near coastal areas in the 40s while interior locations warmed up into the 50s. Similar conditions are expected for Monday ahead of the next storm on Tuesday, with a cold front expected to result in windy conditions for parts of the area and heavy rainfall up to or locally over an inch. This cold front will mark the end of the current spring-like temperatures as a colder pattern returns and persists for a while, putting any warm pattern on hold.
With an onshore flow developing today, cooler temperatures were observed compared to yesterday, with highs peaking in the low to mid 40s in Long Island, mid to upper 40s in the immediate NYC area, and the low 50s across most of central-western NJ and SE NY; a high temperature of 54 was recorded in Sussex, NJ. Cloud cover was generally partly cloudy with a light south-SE wind.