Weather: Clouds develop, temps cool

New Jersey saw mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures for Wednesday. Temperatures for many parts of the state hit above 75 degrees.



News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says temperatures are expected to cool down for the rest of the week. Some rain sprinkles could develop.



Clouds are expected to develop overnight and temperatures could cool down to the low 50s.



Thursday is expected to be mostly cloudy with light rain expected. Temperature highs should cool down to the low 60s.



Friday is set to be cloudy and breezy with high temperatures in the mid-50s.



The skies are expected to clear for the weekend, and temperatures should warm up.


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