Things cool down by a few degrees by the end of the week, but we'll re-introduce the chance for some afternoon/evening showers & thunderstorms. High temperatures across most of New Jersey will once again reach the upper 80s or lower 90s. A tropical wave of low pressure just west of Africa's Cabo Verde Islands may slowly develop into a tropical storm as it chugs westward through the weekend.
Friday|More clouds than sun. Highs crest into the mid 80s today with sea breezes developing at the coast.
Patchy fog will develop early Tuesday, but it will be a mostly clear day with high temperatures in the mid-80s, the National Weather Service said. Winds will be calm.
The winds will be much lighter Sunday, out of the northeast from 3 to 6 miles per hour. However, rain chances will enter the picture as well. A few more clouds are possible Wednesday and Thursday. Also if we were to get any strong or severe storms it would be Wednesday evening and mainly in north-central Kansas.
Sunshine and comfortable temperatures are happening on Saturday with highs in the mid to upper 70s with comfortable humidity.
By Sunday, these dry and cool conditions will continue.
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