Listen: New Jersey, Chief Meteorologist, DAN discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott
"New Jersey's first news five forty four. Is you bring in our chief meteorologist zero so, Dan, what is the freezing fog warning? We've got this morning. Kind of sounds ominous doesn't it freezing fog? It's like he'll turn you inside out or something. But it's just dense fog when temperatures are just below the freezing Mark dry air cold air is generally dry air. But in this case, we have fairly humid cold air. So as you get the fog visibility is a problem, but you might get a little glaze of ice, and it doesn't take much is to make for a very slippery situation. So it looks like visibility is the big problem in southern and coastal New Jersey, the areas of icy conditions. The problem in northern New Jersey morning. The fought main linger through about midday today, then will break into sunshine to the north clouds to the south. It's going to be another nice and mild day. Once it gets going here with highs in the lower to mid fifties fog is likely again tonight. But no freeze this time lows thirty five to forty and then tomorrow, lots of clouds stiff breeze, maybe an isolated shower or sprinkle the. The warmest day of this stretch with highs fifty five to sixty. But it's also the grand finale of this warm stretch by Wednesday were cooling down again, not a big bad Arctic blast but highs come down to around forty more typical for this time of year. It'll be cloudy on Wednesday with rain arriving Wednesday night into Thursday morning. And then we warm up again Thursday back into the fifties and sixties or possible for Friday, New Jersey. I news time now five forty five round the state around the clock face. These New Jersey's first news. Good morning. I'm Eric Scott. Among our top stories this morning. We'll New Jersey really tax the rain the."