Overnight: Cloudy, breezy and chilly with a shower and some drizzle. Low: 47
Sunday: Remaining cloudy, breezy and not as chilly with a shower in spots. High: 62
Sunday Night: Partly cloudy. Low: 44
***COASTAL FLOOD & GALE WARNINGS REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR ANY POINTS NEAR THE DELAWARE RIVER, BAY, AND ATLANTIC OCEAN UNTIL SUNDAY EVENING***
With winds out of the northeast and gusts possible up to 30 mph for the area, it was another cold and raw day Saturday with high temperatures in the low 50's. For coastal areas, winds could gust to nearly 50 mph, and with onshore flow, flooding is a major concern. Coastal flood and gale warnings remain in effect until later Sunday evening. Overnight, there will still be a shower or drizzle around with lows dropping into the upper 40's.
Sunday will be another mainly cloudy and breezy day. However, temperatures will make it to the low 60's with just a shower in spots. As we head into next week, a warmer and drier pattern will take over.
With Joaquin expected to stay well to the East and out to sea, it won't make landfall in the U.S. An area of low pressure over the southeast U.S. has tapped into some of that tropical moisture, enhancing the already wet conditions and flooding along the Carolinas. Stay tuned for the latest through the weekend.