Weather: Flood advisory issues, rain continues overnight

Rain and melting snow could cause some flooding in parts of central New Jersey.

News 12 New Jersey - Weather On The 1s

News 12 New Jersey - Weather On The 1s (10:31 PM)

EDISON - Rainy conditions are expected to last for the rest of the day in the Garden State.

The National Weather Service has issued flood advisories for Hunterdon, Middlesex, Morris, Somerset, Sussex and Warren counties through Thursday morning.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that there is the potential for flooding around the Passaic and Raritan rivers.

The rain is expected to last into early Thursday morning. Clouds are expected to clear by Thursday afternoon and temperatures could reach the low-50s.

Friday is expected to see a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures cooling into the mid-40s.

Saturday and Sunday should see mostly clear skies with temperatures in the mid-40s.

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