Heat advisory continues in New Jersey as highs approach near 100 degrees; scattered severe storms possible

Mild conditions leading into Friday; weekend starts off dry

Storm Watch Team meteorologists say rain chances heading into the weekend are low but tick up beginning Monday.

News 12 Staff

Sep 8, 2022, 10:08 AM

Updated 653 days ago


New Jersey will see mild and dry conditions over the next few days, but Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Michele Powers says she is tracking potential rain for the end of the weekend.
WHAT'S NEXT: Unsettled conditions offshore - coastal flood advisory until 11 p.m. with minor tidal flooding. High risk of rip currents through Friday afternoon.
FRIDAY: Plenty of sunshine, with daytime highs around 81 degrees. Mostly clear overnight with lows dipping to the mid-60s.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny with some scattered clouds. Daytime highs around 83 degrees. Overnight lows cool into the upper-50s.
SUNDAY: Increase in clouds, with daytime highs around 81. Rain expected to develop Sunday evening into the overnight hours. Overnight lows around 62.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy skies, with some rain. Daytime highs around 83 degrees. Overnight lows around 65.
COMING UP: Next week could feature several days with rain showers or thunderstorms. Temperatures are expected to be seasonable to slightly above average.

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