Rainfall totals between 0.5"-1" will be the norm when all is said and done.
Warmer air should drift in by mid-morning on Tuesday, changing the precipitation back to rain, the weather service said in its Friday forecast discussion.
A powerful low-pressure system moving east will bring scattered showers Friday afternoon. By 10PM tonight, the main show begins with abundant shower activity.
More stormy weather is heading to New Jersey this weekend, with batches of heavy rain. Temperatures will rise overnight to around the 50-degree mark.
We will be dealing with a few lingering showers on Saturday morning, but those showers will be on the lighter side.
While residents in the interior will be basking in relatively warm conditions this long weekend, Venter said the western parts of the country can expect a cold front from Saturday.
There is still a lot of uncertainty with this system. check back for the latest. Rainfall there could be 1-3 inches.
After nearly a week of heavy downpours leading to severe flooding in some parts of the country, the weather service says temperatures will rise.
Sunday is shaping up to be a partly sunny day, but breezy, with temperatures hovering in the mid-40s. Highs will drop to the 40s for the second half of next week.
MORE PRECIP NEXT WEEK: A chance of snow and rain moves in Monday.
Snow and rain likely next Monday. Monday will be a day to stay weather aware.