It may be the first week of December, but the National Weather Service predicts that weather outside will feel much more delightful than frightful.
After a chilly weekend, the temperatures in Monmouth County are expected reach an unseasonably warm high of 61 for today, dropping slightly to 47 for a low tonight. Tuesday will bring much of the same, with a high of 66 predicted during the day and a low of 46 at night.
Rain may also settle over the area Tuesday night with showers likely lasting through the day on Wednesday. With a high temperature of 55 degrees predicted, the rain should not pose a problem for our area. The NWS is predicting by the time the sun sets on Wednesday night the temperature will also take a drastic drop to a low of around 32.
The high temperature for Thursday looks to be around 46 degrees before a low again of 32 for Thursday night. Heading into the weekend the high temperature is predicted to be around 50 degrees before dropping back into the 30's on Friday night. There is also a chance of showers for Friday night lasting through at least Saturday during the day.