What You Should Expect from the Weather on Election Day
Heading to the polls tomorrow to vote in the midterm election tomorrow?
Here's what you can expect in terms of the weather for Election Day in Mercer, Bucks & Burlington Counties:
Showers and possibly a thunderstorm. Some of the storms could produce heavy rain. Wind gusts could be as high as 24 mph. High near 65.
Here's the hourly breakdown, from the National Weather Service:
Morning voting (6 am until 11 am) - Monday's rain will taper off overnight leaving just patchy drizzle and scattered areas of fog in the early hours of Election Day. Temperatures will be in the 50s.
Midday voting (11 am until 2 pm) - It shouldn't be raining just yet. Clouds will remain in the area, but temperatures will rapidly rise through the 50s and 60s. In fact, midday may be the perfect time to vote!
Evening voting (after 2 pm) - A cold front will approach the area with a fast-moving line of showers and thunderstorms. These showers should roll through our area between 2 and about 5 or 6 pm. Some thunderstorms could develop, but there won't be widespread thunderstorms.
Late day voting (After 5 pm) - The thunderstorms will move through the area, but temperatures will fall back into the 50s.