STORM WATCH: Tracking wintry, windy weather for Saturday
New Jersey will see cloudy but mild weather on Friday ahead of a wet and windy Saturday.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says that Saturday’s weather will be messy, with the wind being the primary concern for the day.
Thursday night will see cloudy to partly clear skies, with overnight lows around 32 degrees.
Friday will see partly cloudy skies, with daytime highs around 54 degrees. Friday night will see cloudy skies, with some rain developing after midnight. Overnight lows will dip into the low-30s.
Saturday will see a mix of rain and snow. Curren says that snow accumulations will be minimal. The wet weather and rain are likely to impact travel in the state – especially at area airports. Curren says that the rain will start in the early morning hours. He says that it will stay as rain until the early afternoon, where it could then turn into some snow.
Daytime highs on Saturday will be around 48 degrees and will drop to the mid-20s overnight. The wet weather should move past the state by late Saturday.
Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday so set your clocks ahead one hour. Sunday will see mostly sunny skies, with some clouds. Daytime highs will only be in the upper-30s. Sunday night will see partly cloudy skies and overnight lows around 21 degrees.
Temperatures are expected to warm into the 60s for most of next week and could reach 70 by Thursday.