Weather: Mostly clear and warm, rain possible

New Jersey should see mostly clear skies for the rest of Monday with seasonably warm temperatures.



However, News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Michele Powers says clouds are expected to develop by Monday night and may stick around for a few days.



Monday overnight hours should see cloudy skies and temperatures cool slightly to around 70 degrees.



Tuesday is expected to stay cloudy with scattered rain showers possible. Temperatures could reach 87 degrees with a lot of humidity.



Wednesday should remain cloudy and humid with the possibility of heavy rainfall and thunderstorms.


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