Warmth and humidity increase for the weekend; chance of thunderstorms Saturday

New Jersey will see an increase in warmth and humidity this weekend, with a chance for some thunderstorms Saturday night.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that Saturday won’t be a complete washout. But he says that some rain will arrive early Saturday morning and then again Saturday night.
Friday’s overnight hours will see an increase in clouds with temperatures dipping into the low-70s. There is the chance of a late thunderstorm overnight.
Saturday will start off with intervals of clouds and sunshine in the morning, with high temperatures increasing to the upper-80s and low-90s. More clouds will gather late in the day and a stray thunderstorm is possible toward the evening and nighttime hours.
The rain will clear out in time for Father’s Day, followed by partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will remain in the upper-80s and low-90s. Some clouds will remain by Sunday night, with temperatures cooling into the mid-70s.
Monday will start off with intervals of sun and clouds with high temperatures in the upper-80s. More clouds will develop by Monday evening, and there is the possibility for rain and thunderstorms Monday night, going into Tuesday.
Tuesday will continue to see scattered thunderstorms for most of the day, with high temperatures in the low-80s.
Curren says that the rain will clear out by Wednesday, followed by a stretch of nicer weather.