Newark, NJ

Newark Residents Should Prepare For Storms And Heavy Rain

Matt Lillywhite
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People in Newark should get ready for heavy rain and possible thunderstorms that are forecasted to arrive in New Jersey tomorrow morning.

According to the National Weather Center, rain is expected to fall during the early hours of Friday morning. So, if you're driving to New York, Philadelphia, or anywhere else in the local area, consider leaving early in case you encounter hazardous driving conditions combined with slow traffic.

As you can see from the maps below, heavy rain and possible thunderstorms are forecasted for the entire morning in Newark and the surrounding area:
4am weather in New JerseyNWS
7am weather in New JerseyNWS
10am weather in New JerseyNWS

The weather in New Jersey (and the surrounding region) is expected to be mostly cloudy during Friday afternoon, with temperatures hovering around 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The humidity is expected to fluctuate between sixty and seventy percent as we move into the late afternoon. So, if you're going anywhere during that portion of the day, it should be reasonably pleasant outside.

Some parts of New Jersey may experience light rain during Friday evening. However, it's expected to remain clear throughout the state until Saturday morning.
4pm weather in New JerseyNWS

As you can see from the map below, there is a chance of snow on Monday morning. However, any snow will probably be mixed with rain.
Monday morning forecast for New JerseyNWS

The national forecast for Friday is visible in the map below. Rain is expected in New Jersey, Massachusetts and several other states along the eastern seaboard. On the west coast, rain is expected throughout Washington and parts of Oregon. Also, snow is forecast for North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska and Iowa.

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