We are about to get our first real stretch of spring-lake weather and it could not be better for students, teachers and those who work in schools as most are closed for the week.  Get out the shorts and sandals as temperatures will reach the 80’s by later in the week but remember it will be about 8-10 degrees cooler if you’re heading to the beach or boardwalk.

Speaking of which…I am sure quite a few places will be open in Seaside Heights/Park and Point Pleasant Beach if you plan on taking a stroll.  Restaurants, bars, stores, arcades and games will get a rare spring break boost with the nice weather and so many looking for something to do. I would also imagine more than a few will take in some rays and hit the beach for the first time and a few hearty (or crazy) souls will dive into the ocean and be greeted by temperatures in the upper 40’s.  Good luck with that.

It will also be the first nice stretch of weather for those who play sports with a full week of high school baseball, lacrosse, softball and other sports on the schedule.  Parents can actually watch without hats, gloves and blankets…at least for now. It will also be a beautiful week for the Jersey Shore BlueClaws first home stand of the season which runs through Sunday. The rest of the month shows most days in the mid-60’s but it will get cooler at night.

Great weather for BlueClaws opening homestand (Photo: Jersey Shore BlueClaws)
Great weather for BlueClaws opening homestand
(Photo: Jersey Shore BlueClaws)

While it was a mild winter this is the kind of weather that most of us look forward to.  With Easter now past us the next big holiday (with apologies to Mother’s Day) is Memorial Day weekend and that is the unofficial start of summer.  It’s also only 45 days away.

Enjoy the day!

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