Forecast: Temps around 30 overnight; sunny Tuesday ahead

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New Jersey saw mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper-40s to start off the week.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that temperatures are expected to warm up slightly for the upcoming days.

Monday’s overnight hours will see partly cloudy skies with temperatures cooling into the low-30s.

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Tuesday will see mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper-40s. Tuesday night will continue to see clear skies with temperatures cooling into the low-30s.

Wednesday is expected to see a mix of sun and clouds with a high of around 55 degrees. Overnight lows should be in the low-30s.

Curren says that rain and snow flurries are possible by Wednesday night into Thursday.

 Stay with News 12 for the latest weather information.

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