Forecast: Rain Monday with temps in 60s
Rain returned overnight into Monday, and the wet weather will be sticking around the Garden State for most of the week.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist James Gregorio said rain and an isolated thunderstorm will be possible through Monday evening. Temperatures start off in the 50s and won’t climb any higher than the mid-60s.
A flood advisory for minor flooding in poor drainage areas is in effect until 4:45 p.m. Monday for the following counties: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden; Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean and Salem.
Temperatures will warm slightly Tuesday with highs in the low-70s and the chance of rain still present.
Gregorio said Wednesday will be much of the same as temperatures remain in the 70s and the risk for showers continues.
Slightly cooler highs in the upper-60s on Thursday, but the rain risk finally diminishes.
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