Forecast: Thunderstorms move across New Jersey

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Thunderstorms moved across New Jersey bringing heavy rain and strong winds.

The National Weather Service issued severe thunderstorm watches for parts of the state ahead of the storm. News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Michele Powers says that the storm is expected to mostly impact northern New Jersey.

A tornado warning was issued for parts of Warren County for a time Tuesday evening. It was not immediately known if a funnel cloud formed.

Tuesday saw mostly hot and humid weather with temperatures in the 90s. Heat advisories were issued for many areas around the state. Temperatures are expected to cool into the mid-70s overnight.

Wednesday is expected to see rain in the morning, before increased sunshine. Temperatures should reach the mid-80s.

Thursday and Friday should see mostly sunny skies with temperatures in the upper-70s and low-80s.

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