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N.J. weather: Mild Thanksgiving temperatures on tap, chance of rain

NJ.com logo NJ.com 5 days ago Noah Cohen, nj.com

New Jersey is expected to see chilly temperatures Thanksgiving morning before more mild weather moves in for the afternoon, bringing a chance of late showers, according to forecasts.

Temperatures in the 20s and 30s are expected for the partly-sunny morning, the National Weather Service reported.

The cold weather is expected to give way to a warm up, with temperatures reaching the 50s, according to forecasts.

“Quiet weather tonight through Thursday. Seasonably chilly tonight through the morning, then mild Thursday afternoon,” the National Weather Service’s New York office said on social media.

Showers are possible at night though most areas will stay dry until at least midnight with lows in the 40s, forecasts show.

The more mild day came after New Jersey saw its coldest morning of the fall season on Wednesday, as much of the state reported temperatures around the 20s before sunrise Wednesday and a few areas with reports in the teens.

Gusty wind and dry, cold air is in store for Friday around the region, AccuWeather reported. There is a chance of early Friday showers with highs around the mid to upper 40s, according to forecasts.

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Noah Cohen may be reached at ncohen@njadvancemedia.com.

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