Dave’s Forecast: Cloudy skies with rain expected Wednesday night

Freezing rain overnight could make some properties slightly slippery. Use caution.

Dave Curren

Jan 23, 2024, 11:13 AM

Updated 170 days ago


The National Weather Service has a winter weather advisory for northern counties of New Jersey through Wednesday morning. Freezing rain could make some properties slightly slippery. Use caution. Roads and highways will be OK. The more susceptible spots would be your front steps, driveway, sidewalks and possible coating on your car. You may want to give yourself a little extra time to get where you are going.
TONIGHT: Mainly cloudy upper-20s/lower-30s. Freezing drizzle could develop.
TOMORROW: Mostly cloudy skies for the better part of the day. Steadier showers could develop later in the evening. The showers will become steadier and more organized through Wednesday night. Watch out for ponding on the roads. If there is a benefit to the unsettled weather pattern, it’s that our cars are getting a free car wash from the highway and road salt that has been caked on.
THURSDAY: Wash out but warmer. Temperatures in the low- to mid-50s. Rain could be heavy at times.
FRIDAY: Morning showers taper but we are left with overcast skies. Highs near 60.
WEEKEND: There isn't much sunshine expected. Mainly cloudy. Temperatures in the mid-40s. Cloudy on Saturday. Rainy on Sunday.

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