EDISON - Get ready for some more hot and humid weather, as temperatures across the state are expected to reach at least 90 degrees for the next few days.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says temperatures aren't expected to cool down until around Friday. This could be the fifth heat save of the summer. 

Curren says an isolated thunderstorm could develop Monday evening. Monday's overnight hours could see some clouds develop with temperatures cooling down to around 70 degrees.

Tuesday is expected to see hazy sunshine with temperatures expected to reach 92 degrees. The humidity is also expected to be high.