Weather: Clouds develop, rain expected for Tuesday

The sunny skies seen across New Jersey for most of Monday will soon be leaving, as clouds begin to roll in.



News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Michele Powers says temperatures will decrease slightly overnight to around 50 degrees.



Rain is expected to develop early Tuesday and should last off and on for most of the day. Temperatures will be around the mid-50s.



The rain should subside slightly by Tuesday night and temperatures will drop to the low 40s. 



More rain is expected to develop for the rest of the week and lower temperatures could mean parts of New Jersey will see some sleet.


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