A wave of low-pressure movement over the Great Plains will bring more rain to the tri-state Friday, meteorologists say.
It could be stormy in some spots, and where temperatures are cool enough, there is a threat of patchy ice forming, especially to the north and west of the city.
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The morning commute will be very wet across central and western New Jersey, as well as across the city through about noon, meteorologists say. After a short break, there will be another round of heavy rain between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., and possibly some thunderstorms.
It should dry out by 10 p.m., and temperatures this weekend will stay about average for early-to-middle spring in the high 50s. Mostly sunny skies should make it feel a bit warmer.
Forecasters say the mercury jumps back up to 60 degrees by early next week.