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5 Day Pollen Allergy Forecast for South Jersey

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The 5-day pollen forecast for South Jersey.  The spring allergy season has come early this year, and tree pollen usually peaks in April and May.  Grass and weed pollen then dominate over the summer, ragweed in the fall.

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Here is Your South Jersey Forecast

MONDAY► After some locally heavy rain and gusty thunderstorms overnight, expect a mostly cloudy and still humid day to start the new work week. A scattered shower or thunderstorm is possible, although much of the day should remain dry as some hazy sun tries to break out by or during the afternoon.  Sticky highs in the low to mid 80s, with a southwest wind around 10-15mph.

MONDAY NIGHT► Mostly cloudy with a lingering shower or thunderstorm possible, then some patchy fog or drizzle late as an onshore wind develops. Remaining muggy with lows around 70. Northeast winds around 5-10mph.

TUESDAY► Mostly cloudy with some patchy drizzle and fogpossible early. Some breaks of sun are possible later in the day, or at the very least drier weather. Cooler with highs around 75-80, thanks to a northeast wind around 10-15mph.

WEDNESDAY► Partly to mostly sunny and a fairly cooler and comfier late July day, with an easterly ocean breeze at 10-15mph keeping highs in the mid to upper 70s.

THURSDAY► Partly sunny and warmer as the humidity begins to creep upwards once again.  Highs in the upper 70s to near 80 along the shore, closer to 85 on the mainland. South winds around 10mph.

FRIDAY► Partly sunny, warm, and humid with some passing showers and thunderstorms possible, but far from a washout. Our warmest day of the forecast with highs in the mid to upper 80s, and a south to southwest wind around 15mph.

NEXT WEEKEND► Becoming partly to mostly sunny and comfortably warm with fairly low humidity. Highs in the upper 70s along the shore with light sea-breezes, low 80s farther inland.