Parts of New Jersey may experience sporadic showers for the remainder of the day. A sudden thunderstorm is unlikely.
stormwatch team Meteorologist Dave Cullen says the rest of the week looks quiet, but thunderstorms may return by Friday night.
What’s next: Scattered pop-up storms are possible in parts of the state through the evening. It can be a little heavier in the northwest part of the state.
One night: Temperatures ranged from the late 60s to early 70s, and it was mostly sunny.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny skies with temperatures in the 80’s. Overnight lows go down to his late 60s.
Thursday: There is plenty of sunshine and daytime highs are in the mid to late 80’s. Pop-up storms are likely by the end of the day. Lows around 70 overnight.
Friday: Daytime highs are in the high 80s and mostly sunny. Thunderstorms possible by Friday night. Gusts of wind can reach 40 mph. Overnight lows in the late 60’s.
weekend: The weather is expected to be mostly sunny with temperatures in the 80s.