Forecasters are calling for a rainy night between Sunday and Monday, with rain continuing during the day on Monday with the potential for the storm to end with a wintry mix.
Rain is predicted to move into the Ocean County area after 10 p.m. Sunday night, according to the National Weather Service, and continue on and off through the night. The rain will continue Monday during the day, between a tenth and quarter of an inch in all. Sunday night’s low will be 36, and Monday’s high will be 40, both above freezing, which will prevent the precipitation from falling as snow.
The rain will continue Monday night but, after 10 p.m., mix with snow, sleet or freezing rain, with a slight chance of snow after 4 a.m. The overnight low will dip to 27 degrees, the NWS’s forecast said. New snow and sleet accumulation of less than a half inch are possible.
The sun will return Tuesday, with a forecast high of 37.