EDISON - Windy conditions and high humidity are bringing unstable weather conditions to the Garden State.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says scattered thunderstorms are possible throughout the state. Parts of New Jersey are already reporting lightning strikes.
Curren says the storms are expected to bring a lot of rain and that parts of the state are at risk for some flooding. The scattered storms should last for the rest of Wednesday.
Thursday is expected to be mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers. High temperatures could possibly reach the mid-80s.
Friday could see more rain with thunderstorms likely. Temperatures are expected to reach the low 80s.