EDISON - New Jersey saw mostly cloudy skies Wednesday as temperatures continue to drop across the state.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says the low temperatures coupled with wind chills will be a real concern as the week goes on.
Wednesday’s overnight hours are expected to see increasingly cloudy skies with temperatures dropping into the mid- and lower-20s.
Thursday should see high temperatures in the low-30s with mostly cloudy skies. Scattered snow flurries are also possible.
Friday should see a mixture of sun and clouds. Temperatures should only reach the upper-30s.
Curren says that the weekend is shaping up to see the lowest temperatures. Saturday should only reach 22 degrees. Sunday should only see high temperatures in the upper-teens.