Weather: Temps around 90, storms possible overnight

New Jersey may be getting some much-needed rain, after a very dry few weeks.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says thunderstorms are possible overnight in the northern parts of the state.

Tuesday saw high temperatures of nearly 90 degrees with a mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures should cool overnight.

Wednesday is expected to be mostly cloudy with scattered thunderstorms around the state. Temperatures should be in the mid-80s, but will cool in the evening hours.

The rain could continue into Thursday morning, but sunny skies should be around by the afternoon with temperatures in the high 80s.

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