WEATHER TO WATCH: Air quality alert in effect; tracking potential for Sunday storms

Smoke/haze forecasted to drop later in the day Friday with improving air quality in New Jersey.

News 12 Staff

Jun 30, 2023, 11:18 AM

Updated 360 days ago


An air quality alert is in effect for New Jersey until midnight due to smoke from the Canadian wildfires.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Michele Powers says she is also tracking the potential for some stormy weather by Sunday.
WHAT’S NEXT: Conditions become more humid through the weekend. Saturday is expected to be mainly dry. Storms are likely for Sunday. There is also another risk for storms on Monday.
OVERNIGHT: Skies to remain free of clouds, but smoky haze remains. Overnight lows around 67 degrees.
SATURDAY: Looking to be mainly dry, with some scattered clouds. Humidity rises. Daytime highs around 84 degrees. Overnight lows around 70.
SUNDAY: Stormy weather likely. An early round of storms is expected in the morning, then hit-or-miss storms during the day. Heavy rain is possible in some areas. Daytime highs around 82. Overnight lows around 70.
MONDAY: Another chance for some storms. Daytime highs in the upper-80s. Overnight lows around 72.
TUESDAY: Weather for Independence Day is looking like it could be a toss-up. Storms are possible. Daytime highs around 86 degrees. Overnight lows around 70.

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