Date: 2021-09-03 17:15:00
River flooding will remain a concern in New Jersey in the days ahead after Ida doused the state in heavy rainfall.
The National Weather Service has issued several flood warnings and advisories through the weekend.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Michele Powers says that the Labor Day weekend will remain mostly dry. Some rain is possible on Sunday, but Powers says that it should not have any major impact on the state.
Temperatures will be slightly below average during Friday’s overnight hours, with lows in the mid-60s.
Saturday will start off with temperatures in the mid-50s, before warming up into the mid- to upper-70s. Saturday will see sunshine with some clouds. Saturday’s overnight hours will see a few clouds with temperatures in the low-60s.
Sunday will see mostly cloudy skies with highs around 77 degrees. Some spotty showers are possible Sunday night into Monday.
Labor Day will see some rain showers in the morning, followed by partly cloudy skies by the afternoon. High temperatures will be around 80 degrees. Monday’s overnight hours will see mostly clear skies with temperatures in the low-60s.
Powers says that the next chance for rain is expected to be Wednesday.