Forecast: Mostly clear overnight; temps reach 70s Friday

New Jersey saw clear skies, but mild temperatures Thursday with very breezy conditions.



News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that temperatures Thursday only reached the low-70s and 60s, which is unseasonably cool for this time of year.



Thursday's overnight hours should continue to see clear skies with temperatures cooling even further into the 50s.



Friday is expected to see mostly clear skies and temperatures are expected to warm slightly into the mid-70s.



Saturday should start off cloudy with storms developing late in the day. Curren says that there is the potential for the storms to become severe.



Sunday could start off cloudy, but is expected to see clear skies by the afternoon. Temperatures could reach the low-80s.


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