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Heat Concerns at the Jersey Shore for Labor Day weekend

It’s Labor Day weekend at the Jersey shore, and this year it’s predicted to be hot by the National Weather Service.

August has been beautiful all month, with highs in the low 80s and lows in the 70s.

This weekend will be a difference in New Jersey's weather in the last several weeks.

Thursday was a beautiful day with much cooler weather, Sunshine with partial clouds, courtesy of tropical storm Idalia.

That said, counties with lower areas will remain in effect with flood watches from seven P.M. to Two A.M Friday from the storm.

These counties include Cape May County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Ocean County, Atlantic County, and Burlington County.

Friday will be as beautiful as Thursday, with the temperatures slightly raised into the higher 70s and lower 80s.

Continuing into Saturday morning, temperatures will begin to rise by Saturday afternoon. The temperature will begin to go into the high 80s and lower 90s.

By Sunday, the temperature will remain the same until Monday, when the temperature goes up into the mid-90s.

It will remain that way for a few days until the end of next week.

The Jersey Shore will not see any rain this Labor Day weekend.

However, if Jersey Shore residents or visitors have plans to hit the beach, there will be rip currents this weekend.

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