Isolated storms tonight; freeze warning in effect for parts of NJ overnight

The National Weather Service issued a freeze warning for northwestern New Jersey until 9 a.m. Thursday.

Dave Curren

Apr 24, 2024, 10:31 AM

Updated 31 days ago

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The National Weather Service issued a freeze warning for northwestern New Jersey until 9 a.m. Thursday. Conditions are good to see temperatures drop to or below the freezing mark. Cold-sensitive plants and gardens won't survive. Outdoor pets should be taken care of as well.
TONIGHT: A few spotty showers or even an isolated thunderstorm is possible until sunset. Then the skies clear and cooler temps will sweep in behind the showers. Normal nighttime lows should be in the upper-40s. Tonight expect clear skies and temperatures to range from the upper-20s and low-30s in northwestern New Jersey to upper-30s elsewhere. Low-40s along the coast.
THURSDAY/FRIDAY: Plenty of sunshine for Thursday and Friday. Temperatures remain below the April average. (Normal is 67) Upper-50s to 60 degrees for the rest of the work week.
WEEKEND: Conditions are cloudy. The shower chances are small - not obsolete, but small. Don't cancel outdoor plans. Just plan for a possible brief shower both days. Not a big deal.
COMING UP: There is expected to be a warmup for next week, with highs in the upper-70s and low-80s through next Wednesday.


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