After temperatures in the 30s the last couple of days, the end of the week will see some improvement.
Skies will be clear tonight, and it will remain on the breezy side, as low temperatures drop into the teens to around 20 degrees in many areas of the Garden state.
On Friday to end the week, the sun will give way to some clouds in the afternoon, but it will be dry and milder, as temperatures make a run at 40 degrees. Winds will be much lighter.
Saturday will be cloudy, with rain developing by late morning or early afternoon. Some snow is possible in northern and western areas of NJ before the changeover, where some light accumulations may occur.
Saturday night should see the rain conning, mainly on the light side, with perhaps a mix with snow in areas to the north and west.
Sunday will turn windy as the storm leaves in the morning, and the sun returns for the afternoon, with highs in the 40s.
Next week starts out dry on Monday, with rain or snow possible on Tuesday or Wednesday.