Forecast: Temps in the mid-30s, wintry mix expected overnight

EDISON -

New Jersey saw mostly clear skies and temperatures in the 40s Monday after a weekend storm brought several inches of snow to the state.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that temperatures are expected to drop in New Jersey over the next few days.

Monday’s overnight hours should start off clear, but clouds are expected to develop. A mix of snow and rain is possible in some areas of the state. Curren says that there should not be much in the way of accumulation.

Tuesday’s temperatures are expected to be in the upper-40s with some scattered precipitation possible.

Temperatures should drop into the 30s Tuesday night with wind chills possibly making conditions feel as if they are in the teens. Curren says that icy conditions are a strong possibility Wednesday morning.

Wednesday should start off cold with temperatures feeling as if they are in the single digits because of the wind. Temperatures should warm slightly into the mid-30s under a mix of sun and clouds.

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