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Heat advisory continues in New Jersey as highs approach near 100 degrees

STORM WATCH: Severe thunderstorms expected Thursday; temps rise to 70

Temperatures will be rising in New Jersey Thursday following several days of below-average weather, but those warm temperatures come with the potential for severe thunderstorms.

News 12 Staff

Mar 30, 2022, 9:33 AM

Updated 814 days ago

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Temperatures will be rising in New Jersey Thursday following several days of below-average weather, but those warm temperatures come with the potential for severe thunderstorms.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Justin Godynick says that these thunderstorms could arrive by Thursday evening. He also says that there is the possibility of tornadic activity.
Wednesday night will see mostly cloudy skies, with some passing rain sprinkles during the overnight hours. Overnight lows will be in the low-40s.
Godynick says that Thursday will start off partly sunny, with temperatures skyrocketing into the low-70s. This warm weather will fuel the storms. Godynick says that the rain and thunderstorms will start around 5 p.m. and continue through around 10 p.m. Overnight lows on Thursday will cool to the low-40s.
Friday will see some clouds in the morning, followed by sunshine. Godynick says it will overall be a pleasant day, with high temperatures in the low-60s. Overnight lows will cool to around 39 degrees.
The weekend is shaping up to be mostly mild and dry. Saturday is expected to see partly sunny skies with temperatures in the upper-50s. Sunday is expected to see partly sunny skies in the morning and the chance of some rain at night. Highs will remain in the upper-50s.


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