Listen: Dan Zero, Chief Meteorologist And New Jersey discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott
"Ahead. We begin this morning with first weather at our chief meteorologist Dan zero. Dan, does look like the. Rain has moved out a bit this morning. Yes. And northwestern New Jersey already clearing out a bit radar is in fact, showing mostly rain, but the danger here is that the ground is still cold enough to sustain some icy spots that's called freezing rain. So be careful salt trucks are out if the roads are pre-treated, they should be in pretty good shape and will continue to see warming temperatures and improving conditions. Things are going to stay a little damp with occasional rain showers in sprinkles today, mostly cloudy skies and mild temperatures, highs reach for the upper forty s to around fifty this'll be the warmest. We get in quite some time. One more round of showers tonight. It's going to be mostly rain, maybe some light snow in far north jersey only lows in the mid to upper thirties. And then tomorrow is the big cool down day brisk wind gusting to forty miles an hour nixed. The sun and clouds, maybe a snow shower to the north mid forties tomorrow, and then only mid thirty s for Thursday, even colder than that. As the weekend approaches right."