Forecast: Warm temperatures; scattered rain possible in some areas

New Jersey saw warm temperatures and mostly sunny skies Tuesday, and warmer temperatures are expected over the next few days.



News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says there is the chance for some rain showers in the northern and western parts of the state tonight. Curren says there is also a chance of rain in western New Jersey Wednesday.



Tonight's overnight hours should see mostly clear skies with some cloud coverage. Temperatures are expected to dip into the upper-60s.



Wednesday is expected to see mostly clear skies. Temperatures should rise to the upper-80s.



Thursday and Friday should see temperatures reaching the low- to mid-90s. There is a chance for scattered thunderstorms.



Curren says there is also an opportunity for rain Saturday night going into Sunday morning.


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