Forecast: Colder temps this week; tracking potential for more snow Thursday night

Temperatures across New Jersey will be falling for the next few days, and there is more potential for snow.

News 12 Staff

Dec 12, 2022, 12:25 PM

Updated 498 days ago

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Temperatures across New Jersey will be falling for the next few days, and there is more potential for snow.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren is tracking the potential for more snow Thursday night into Friday morning.
WHAT’S NEXT: Temperatures that are slightly below average. Wind chill make conditions feel colder. Most of New Jersey is expected to see rain Thursday night into Friday. But there is potential for snow in the northwestern sections of the state.
OVERNIGHT: Mostly clear skies with temperatures cooling into the 20s.
TUESDAY: Plenty of sunshine, but temperatures do not reflect it. Wake-up temperatures could feel as if they are in the single digits due to the wind. Daytime highs in the low-40s. Overnight lows in the mid-20s.
WEDNESDAY: Mix of sun and clouds. Daytime highs around 39 degrees. Overnight lows around 24.
THURSDAY: Cloudy with rain and wintry weather developing by the evening. Daytime highs around 43, with overnight lows around 28.
FRIDAY: Rain and wintry weather in the morning. Daytime highs around 44 degrees. Overnight lows around 38.
WEEKEND: Mix of sun and clouds. Daytime highs in the low-40s and upper-30s. Overnight lows in the low-30s and upper-20s.


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