Temperatures drop into teens overnight; warmer weekend ahead
Temperatures are about to get very cold across New Jersey as temperatures drop into the teens overnight.
But Storm Watch Team meteorologists say that the Garden State just needs to get through a cold night and cool Friday, before a much warmer weekend.
Thursday night will see clear skies, with temperatures dropping to around 18 degrees.
Friday will see mostly clear skies. Temperatures will stay cool in the upper-30s. Clouds will develop by Friday night, with temperatures cooling into the upper-20s.
Saturday is expected to be mostly cloudy with mild temperatures in the upper-40s and low-50s. Saturday night is expected to remain cloudy with temperatures dipping slightly into the low-40s.
Temperatures are expected to rapidly increase for Sunday, with daytime highs in the upper-60s. It is possible for some areas of the state to reach 70 degrees. Sunday will start off cloudy, with some rain in the morning. Some sun may return by the afternoon. Sunday night is expected to see cloudy skies with temperatures cooling into the 50s.
Monday is expected to see rain throughout the day. Rain showers in the morning should become steady rain by the afternoon. High temperatures will be in the mid-60s. The rain is expected to continue into the evening, with overnight lows dropping into the low-40s.