EDISON - Temperatures may be warm, but the weather is expected to stay dreary and wet across New Jersey for the next few days.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that light rain is expected to last through Tuesday’s overnight hours into Wednesday and possibly even Thursday.
Temperatures across the state were in the upper-50s and low-60s Tuesday. Overnight temperatures may dip to the low-50s.
Wednesday should continue to stay cloudy with periods of rain. Temperatures are expected to remain warm, in the low-60s.
Christmas Eve Thursday is expected to see record breaking temperatures in the low-70s. Rain could be a possibility throughout the day.