EDISON - New Jersey could see some wet weather this week, but thanks to continually above-average temperatures, it’s looking like there is no chance of snow on Christmas.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says clouds are expected to develop Monday night, which could lead to rain into Tuesday.
Tuesday is expected to be cloudy with scattered periods of rain throughout the day. Curren says that the rain could be heavy at times in certain areas of the state. Temperatures are expected to be mild and around the mid-50s.
Wednesday afternoon could see more rain as well, with temperatures continuing to warm.
Thursday, Christmas Eve, is expected to see record-breaking temperatures of near-70 degrees.