A flip-flopping forecast for NJ: Dry Thursday, wet Friday

We stay dry through the weekend and the start of next week

We stay dry through the weekend and the start of next week

There will be a chance we see a few sprinkles to start the day Friday. Dry conditions will continue through Wednesday with highs eventually topping out in the lower 80s. It will bring more clouds and a slight chance for a shower or two to pop up, but rain chances will remain down around 10%.

Weekend weather still looks almost ideal.

Expect mostly cloudy skies through the morning as any spotty showers will quickly diminish.

There is some potential for flooding Monday, but the chance for severe weather is small. The "cold" front pushes through by the evening, as we should be back to dry weather Thursday night. Temperatures will only drop into the upper 50s.

Showers Wednesday morning will exit south of the metro by 10am and south of the viewing area by noon.

The sky will be clear to partly cloudy tonight as the mercury dips into the 40s. Some locations with a bit of clearing late in the day may see temperatures climb a bit higher, closer to 60 degrees. Patchy areas of fog are possible into early Friday morning, with light winds and high temperatures in the 70s.

The start of next week will be warm.

However, an approaching cold front promises to drive a brief round of showers through the state late-day Saturday, sweeping from west to east after about 4 p.m. Highs today will reach the mid 70s on the coast to near 80 inland.

Temperatures will continue to feel more like April, topping out in the 60s again today.

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