DROUGHT WATCH: New Jersey stays warm and dry through the weekend
New Jersey is expected to experience mostly warm and dry weather over the next few days.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says that the next chance for significant rain won’t be until Monday evening. This comes as New Jersey deals with a drought watch and residents are urged to conserve water.
OVERNIGHT: Some clouds develop as overnight temperatures dip into the 60s.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly clear skies with lots of sunshine. Daytime highs around 82 degrees with overnight lows cooling to the mid-60s.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny skies with daytime highs around 85 degrees. Temperatures will dip into the mid- to upper-60s overnight.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny skies with daytime highs in the upper-80s. Overnight lows around 69.
COMING UP: Saturday will be mostly sunny, with a slight increase in mugginess. Daytime highs around 87. Sunday has a chance for some rain. A storm system could potentially develop Monday night into Tuesday morning.