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A weather disturbance has provided gray skies on Saturday for much of metro New Jersey...
Some additional light rain-showers are possible for the remainder of the day ... and temperatures will only rise a few more degrees to a high between 65 and 70.
By this evening, high pressure to our north and low pressure to our south are expected to keep us cloudy, with scattered showers once again moving in, first in southern New Jersey this evening, then moving north into the rest of the area overnight. Temperatures will fall into the 50s.
On Sunday, these two weather features continue to maintain gray skies and wet weather in the forecast, with more showers. Temperatures are expected to only range from around 60 at the shore, to around 65 for inland areas.
Sunday night will see some drizzle and light rain, along with areas of fog, with temperatures mostly in the 50s once again.
For the start of the new work-week on Monday, it turns warmer, with highs in the upper 70s to around 80 degrees inland, and between 60 - 65 at the coast. Scattered showers are still possible.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will see a variety in temperatures, with warmer readings in central and southern NJ, where highs top out between 75 and 80 degrees, and cooler temperatures between 65 and 70 degrees for northern NJ, NYC and Long Island.
Scattered showers and some heavy thunderstorms will be around each afternoon.