Forecast: Temperatures in the 90s last through Thursday

New Jersey saw clear and sunny weather Tuesday, with temperatures reaching the low-90s.



News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that Tuesday was the sixth day in a row with temperatures above 90 in New Jersey. Curren says temperatures should remain in the 90s through Thursday.



Tuesday's overnight hours are expected to see temperatures drop into the mid- to upper-60s. The skies should remain mostly clear.



Wednesday is expected to see a mixture of sun and clouds with temperatures reaching around 94 degrees.



Thursday should remain mostly clear with temperatures in the low-90s.



Cloudy skies and thunderstorms are expected for Friday, and more rain is possible over the weekend.


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