Forecast: Cloudy skies, rain expected for rest of the week

New Jersey saw a cloudy, cooler day Wednesday with light, scattered rain in a few areas of the state.



News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says Wednesday night should see winds increase with more clouds. Temperatures should drop into the low-60s.



Thursday is expected to see mostly cloudy skies with scattered rain showers possible. Temperatures are expected to only reach the mid-60s. 



Curren says the rain may pick up and coastal flooding is possible Thursday night into Friday.



Friday should also see mostly cloudy skies with some rain. High temperatures should reach 64 degrees.



Saturday and Sunday are also expected to see cloudy skies with light rain sprinkles possible.


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