Saturday, January 12, 2019

Polar Plunge Day in Wildwood

Mornin'!  Sunset's back in the 5:00 o'clock hour beginning today!  It's 25° in Wildwood NJ.  We're under partially cloudy skies.  Part of the horizon is obscured while other sections (mostly north) is clear and prepped for Ms Sun's arrival in about a ½ hour.  One thing's for sure... these clouds will make for a beautiful sunrise; they always do.  We'll start out the day with some sun and some clouds as today becomes a cloudy one with temps in the mid-upper 30s.  No breezes worth mentioning as finally, those annoying relentless winds will give us a reprieve staying calmer.  They'll be out of the NE at 4-8mph.   Tonight... cloudy with snowfall beginning later in the evening (80% chance) as temps will be around the mid-20° mark.  Winds will be out of the NE at 4-8mph.  Tomorrow... a snow day with 80% chance of snow and/or rain mixed with snow right and windy right into the evening.  Temps will be in the mid-upper 30s with those ruthless winds back in the mix... NE at 20-30mph.  We're looking at the possibility of 3-5" of the white stuff this weekend. Go dig out the shovels and maybe even the "push-broom" as this snowfall sounds like a dry, light snow. Today's Polar Plunge's starter pistol goes off at 1:00p.m. on that cloudy, cold beach at the Convention Center (at Burk Avenue and the beach).  Good luck plungers!
High tide:11:56a.m.
Low tide:5:48p.m.
Ocean temp:45°

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