Despite the cloud cover and rain chances, high temperatures are still expected to climb near 80º as a warm front lifts across the state.
The weekend is looking warmer, more humid and more unsettled.
The latest picture will be two cold fronts in this First Alert forecast. Temperatures will edge into the mid to upper 40s.
Cloudy skies dominate tonight with scattered showers and patchy drizzle likely. Highs for Wednesday hitting the middle to upper 60s. NW NJ and the Jersey Shore may get stuck in the upper 70s - still nice and warm. Temps will be running slightly cooler than last night with lows in the low 60s with 50s north and west. Highs will be in the mid 70s. A noticeable cool-down is on the way for the start of next week. Thursday, highs will struggle to reach the 70 degree mark as a small chance for an isolated shower hangs around. Highs will be in the mid to perhaps upper 60s. There will be a few scattered showers around late, as well.
Tuesday and Wednesday will see much cooler temperatures beind a cold front with sunny skies.
Friday: Sunshine with a few passing clouds.
Tuesday is beginning with mild temperatures, in the 60s and lower 70s - again, that's akin to a typical mid-summer morning.
Good Thursday morning, it's another cool morning outside across the ArkLaMiss with calm conditions and clear skies.