Forecast: NJ sees record-breaking warm weather; rain expected Thurs.

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New Jersey saw record-breaking warm weather Wednesday, with temperatures reaching the upper-70s.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that temperatures in Newark reached 79 degrees on Feb. 21 for the first time since records have been kept.

Wednesday’s overnight hours should see clouds develop with temperatures dropping into the low-40s.

Thursday is expected to see mostly cloudy skies with scattered rain showers. High temperatures should be in the mid-40s.

Friday is also expected to see cloudy skies with scattered rain. High temperatures should only reach the low-40s.

Saturday and Sunday are expected to continue to see clouds and scattered rain. Temperatures should reach the 50s Saturday and 60s Sunday.

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