NJ on Air weather from Meteorologist Bobby Kupcha. Partly sunny through the early/mid afternoon time frame before clouds thicken, showers for mid to later afternoon mainly north and west of I-95, the bulk of the rain and thunderstorms will hold off until overnight tonight, and end by midday Monday and then just a few showers around while turning windy. Tuesday, A warm front will be just to our north. Generally a decent day, some clouds for the afternoon especially the farther north you go with showers developing in the evening north of Rt 10. Wednesday, showers north of I-78 for the afternoon, mix of sun and clouds south of the interstate, Thursday morning fog and drizzle, becoming a mix of sun and clouds, Friday a low pressure system in the Plains sends a swatch of rain towards us for the afternoon and evening hours, along with some wind. Saturday doesn’t look like a washout, some showers/drizzle in the morning, some chances of showers/storms in the later afternoon/evening.
Today: Fog lifts; Partly sunny; Storms tonight 69/57
Monday: Rain/Storms end by midday; Becoming partly sunny 62/37
Tuesday: Mix of sun and clouds 65/50
Wednesday: AM Fog/Drizzle; PM Mix of sun and clouds 62/48
Thursday: AM Fog/Drizzle; PM Mix of sun and clouds, humid 72/57
Friday: Early sunshine; clouds increase, windy; Showers/Storms later PM 72/60
Saturday: AM Showers; Evening showers; partly sunny in between 71/51