Frost advisory overnight, then sunny skies for New Jersey

After a few days of quieter and dry weather, Wednesday brings two rounds of rain, early morning and afternoon isolated storms.

Hilda Estevez

Apr 22, 2024, 10:22 AM

Updated 28 days ago

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A frost advisory remains in effect for New Jersey’s northern and western counties until 8 a.m. Tuesday. Clear skies overnight will lead to colder temperatures, though not record-breaking.
Tuesday brings abundant sunshine with a rebound to seasonable temperatures in the low 60s. Clouds increase later in the day, with light showers expected Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. Rain likely won't be significant but could impact Wednesday's morning commute.
Beautiful weather returns for the rest of the week. Questions about the weekend forecast are starting to emerge, with models suggesting rain for Saturday and possibly lingering into Sunday.
NEXT: After a few days of quieter, dry weather, Wednesday brings two rounds of rain, early morning and afternoon isolated storms. Cooler temperatures Thursday.
TUESDAY: Sun and clouds! Highs near 67. Overnight lows near 51.
WEDNESDAY/WEATHER TO WATCH: Mostly cloudy with light rain showers. Highs near 64. Overnight lows near 38.
THURSDAY: Sunshine returns with active winds. Slightly cooler highs near 59. Overnight lows 39.


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