Weather New Jersey April

Weather in New Jersey in April

The weather in New Jersey in April is typically warm, but we’ll enter a colder air mass this month. Expect temperatures to be 10 degrees below normal, and highs in the mid-to-high 50s. Winds will be moderate to gusty. Fortunately, this isn’t too much of a shock.

The temperature ranges between 58 and 41 degrees Fahrenheit. There’s a light breeze throughout the day, but it’s still cold. The hottest month is July, with highs ranging from 85degF to 68degF. The coldest month is April, with lows of 37 to 24 degrees Fahrenheit.

Several of the NJWxNet stations saw temperatures below 30deg on April 18. Vernon Township was the coldest place on April 19 with a low of 29deg. The rest of the state’s towns had temperatures between 30 and 32 degrees. The lows on April 21 were in Berkeley Township and Walpack. Fortescue was milder at 49deg.

A storm started late March 31st and continued into the morning of April 1. Some stations reported totals of up to 1.86 inches. Other stations reported totals of two inches or more. At least two areas near the NJ/NY border got more than two inches of rain. However, the totals tapered off in the middle of the month. The most rainfall was reported in Linwood and the northern portion of Cape May.

April’s rainfall has been above average, with Newark receiving 4.35 inches of rain. This is a little above the normal amount, but is still one inch higher than average. During the recent coastal storm, which impacted New Jersey late Monday night into early Tuesday, most areas picked up more than an inch of rain. In early April, a series of thunderstorms and rain showers soaked the state with one to two inches. In some towns, that figure climbed to three inches.

The weather in New Jersey in April is remarkably varied. While temperatures in certain areas have remained below normal, statewide averages ranged from the mid-50s at Harvey Cedars to the high-80s in Sicklerville, 45 miles north. This is why the weather in April is often unpredictable, despite the fact that there are some areas where temperatures were in the 70s.

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