Sunny skies, warm temperatures and rain-free days are expected for the rest of the week and into the weekend.
It is expected to get up into the mid 70s today for New Jersey. Except down by the shore, where a cool sea breeze is coming off the Atlantic.

It seems like it has been a while since New Jersey has been in the 70s due to the cool and breezy conditions the past couple days that left temperatures in New Jersey in the 50s.

Cold Front Will Pass

According to the National Weather Service, a cold front is expecting to pass through our region tonight.

Unfortunately, our 70 degree day today may not repeat itself again for a couple days. This strong cold front is expected to drop temperatures by about 10 degrees tomorrow, and return our temperatures back to normal. This means that high temperatures tomorrow will only be in the mid to lower 60s. But can potentially get into the upper 60s in some local inland areas.

Dry Conditions Expected

Aside from a chance of showers tonight, which is not expected to bring much rain even if rain were to fall, the rest of the week and weekend should be rain free.

Spring appears to be on its way as we get out of the 50 degree temperature range, and into 60 and 70 degree weather.