Forecast: Warm and dry Wednesday; rain expected Thursday

The Garden State saw mostly clear skies with a light breeze Tuesday, and similar conditions are expected to last through Wednesday.



News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that rain could begin to develop early Thursday morning.



Tuesday's overnight hours are expected to remain mostly clear, but temperatures are expected to drop into the low-60s.



Wednesday should see a mixture of sun and clouds. Temperatures could reach around 85 degrees.



Thursday should be mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers throughout the day. Temperatures should reach around 80 degrees.



Friday is also expected to see some scattered rain showers. Temperatures should reach around 80 degrees as well.


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