STORM WATCH: Tuesday rain comes to an end; stormy weather Wednesday could produce floods

There is a break in the wet weather tonight, but things will get stormy again tomorrow afternoon.

Dave Curren

Mar 5, 2024, 11:18 AM

Updated 46 days ago

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Today's rains are coming to an end. This is the first in a series of storms that will impact New Jersey this week.
There is a break in the wet weather tonight, but things will get stormy again tomorrow afternoon. This second storm will bring more rain that could potentially bring streams and creaks past the point of flooding. Rivers and low-lying areas could see minor flooding by Thursday night/Friday morning.
TONIGHT: Overcast with patchy fog. Lows around 41.
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy start with rain developing after 2 p.m. Flooding may be a concern. Highs around 55.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Showers come to an end. Winds start to pick up. Overnight lows around 46.
THURSDAY: Mainly cloudy with hopes of some late-day sun. Highs around 52.
FRIDAY: Best day of the week. Partial sunshine and dry. Daytime highs around 55.
WEEKEND: The final storm of the series slides through. Right now it looks like Saturday night into Sunday morning. As the rain exits, it will turn very windy and get colder throughout the day on Sunday.
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