WEATHER TO WATCH: Friday storms clear out; tracking wet weekend weather

The severe thunderstorms that tore through New Jersey Friday afternoon have now dispersed, leaving parts of the state dealing with damage.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says he is tracking more potentially stormy weather for the weekend.
WHAT’S NEXT: Saturday and Sunday could feature some rain. But Curren says that the storms are not expected to be as bad as some weather apps are predicting.
OVERNIGHT: Severe weather ends. Stray showers may remain. Overnight lows around 75 degrees.
SATURDAY: Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms. Gusty winds are possible. Daytime highs around 86 degrees. Overnight lows around 72.
SUNDAY: Another chance for thunderstorms and rain. Daytime highs around 82 degrees. Overnight lows around 68.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy. Daytime highs around 83 degrees. Overnight lows around 66.


Hurricane Lee intensified from a Category 1 to Category 5 in 12 hours. That is the second-biggest rapid intensification on record. It will safely stay north of the Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico, and Hispanola. Click here for more information on the storm.
What is rapid intensification? Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Allan Nosoff HERE and the video below: