The showers will be spotty in nature, and more of us will stay dry as opposed to getting rain. We will have a southeast wind tomorrow and winds will become northwest after the front crosses the area early Thursday morning.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. Chance for rain or snow showers.
The temperatures are expected to be around 3 C to 4 C during the day Friday to Sunday and will drop to around 1 C overnight Friday and Saturday. Showers will continue through Saturday morning with temperatures dropping off after that. Although we'll see sunshine, temperatures will only be in the 30s throughout the afternoon. Upper 50s Monday, lower 60s Tuesday, 50s on Wednesday. High temps in the 60s with mostly sunny conditions. There is more consistency with weather models on the timing of this frontal passage. Highs will only be in the middle to upper 40s with clearing skies.
Overview: Rain showers linger for early tonight, yet diminish into early Thursday morning.
Thanksgiving week is looking dry with below-normal temperatures, including Thanksgiving Day.
Storms begin Saturday, with a chance of rain and a few rumbles of thunder all day long. In fact, there may be storms with the leading edge of precipitation with this system.
Thursday will be mostly sunny and just a little warmer. Chance of rain is 60 percent.
The U.S. Climate Prediction Center says there's a 40 to 50 percent probability of below-normal precipitation in New Jersey from November 20 through November 24.