Warmer temperatures ahead for NJ; tracking heavy rainstorm for Thursday night
Temperatures across New Jersey will start to warm over the next few days. But those warmer temperatures will bring the threat of heavy rain by the end of the week.
Storm Watch Team meteorologists say that up to an inch of rain is possible by the time the storms move out. There is also the threat of thunderstorms.
Tuesday night will see mostly clear skies with temperatures dipping into the mid-20s.
Wednesday will begin the warmup, with highs around 47 degrees. Skies will be clear in the morning, followed by come clouds by the afternoon. Wednesday night will be cloudy, with overnight lows around 46 degrees.
Thursday will start off cloudy before the rain moves in. Temperatures warm even more, with daytime highs around 64 degrees. Rain will begin to develop by Thursday night, with windy conditions also developing. Thunderstorms are possible. Overnight lows will dip into the mid-40s.
The rain will continue into Friday morning, followed by partly cloudy skies. Daytime highs will be around 61 degrees. But temperatures will begin to fall rapidly throughout the day, with overnight lows around 26 degrees. The overnight hours will see mostly clear skies.
The weekend is shaping up to see mostly clear skies, with cooler temperatures in the mid-40s