Sunny but cold Tuesday ahead; temps warm to 60 by Thursday

New Jersey will experience a few more days of colder weather before a warmup happens later on in the week.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says that temperatures may reach the 60s in some parts of the state by Thursday.
Monday’s overnight hours will see clear skies with temperatures dipping into the low-teens.
Tuesday will see mostly sunny skies, but daytime highs will only be in the low-30s. Tuesday night will remain mostly clear, with overnight lows around 14 degrees.
Wednesday is expected to see mostly cloudy skies, with some sun. Temperatures will warm slightly into the mid-40s. Wednesday night is expected to be overcast, with lows around 24 degrees.
Temperatures are expected to warm even more by Thursday, with highs nearly 60 degrees in some areas of the state. But the warmer temperatures will be coupled with cloudy skies and some breezy weather. Some rain may develop by Thursday night, with overnight lows dipping into the low-40s.
Friday is expected to see some rain in the morning, followed by sunshine by the afternoon. Daytime highs should be in the low-50s. Friday night should be mostly clear, with temperatures dipping into the low-40s.
The weekend is expected to be mostly dry but with temperatures in the low- to mid-40s.