It's not all bad, though. Showers associated with a cold front are then likely to move in from west to east after midnight. We can't rule out an isolated shower, but most everyone will stay dry. Highs: Upper 60s. Sunday Night: Clear. Keep reading for the forecast through Thanksgiving Day. The wind should also pick up as the front moves through. Sunny skies will return later in the day. From Wednesday there will be a chance of rain with the heaviest showers on Wednesday and expected to continue through until Friday when temperatures are to drop to highs of 16 degrees. Highs struggle to near 50. Highs will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s.
News 12 meteorologists say some wet weather is on tap in the days ahead for New Jersey, with a few chances for showers - including on Thanksgiving. From Tuesday cloud cover is to increase before the rain clouds form on Wednesday, however temperatures will remain steady.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny and cool.
Elsewhere, much of the South through the Mid-Atlantic is expecting warmer than normal temperatures today.