A line of thunderstorms across New Jersey, Tuesday night into Wednesday, is expected to bring some relief from the late summer heat wave.The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Camden and Burlington counties for a storm moving east that is capable of producing damaging winds of 60 MPH and heavy rain that could quickly soak road surfaces.

A second line of storms is taking aim at Cumberland and Salem counties, with slightly less gusty winds but with ground-to-cloud lightning.

Meteorologist Alan Kasper says the storms will bring down the humidity levels although temperatures on Wednesday will remain in the 80s on Wednesday across much of the state.