Temperatures are expected to slowly return to what is considered normal for this time of year in South Jersey over the next few days, State Climatologist Dave Robinson said.
Normal high temperatures for early-March in South Jersey are in the 40s, Robinson said.
Temperatures Wednesday and Thursday are forecast to be in the mid- to upper 30s, which will cause some of the snow from Monday’s storm to melt, with the potential for black ice resulting from nighttime lows below freezing, he said. Temperatures will continue to be in the high 30s on Friday, with the potential for some light precipitation.
“Tomorrow’s forecast looks to be benign,” he said Tuesday. “Really the only concern for tonight and tomorrow night would be to watch out for black ice.”