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Forecasters: Thunderstorm Threat Continues Through Monday

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Scattered showers and thunderstorms around N.J. early Monday morning. (Credit: NWS)
Scattered showers and thunderstorms around N.J. early Monday morning. (Credit: NWS)

Jersey Shore residents should prepare for the possibility of strong thunderstorms Monday, though whether a severe storm will impact Brick is uncertain.

The National Weather Service office in Mount Holly is forecasting showers and scattered thunderstorms Monday with a high of 82 degrees.

“Some of the storms could produce heavy rain,” the forecast said, with the possibility that the region could receive a half to three quarters of an inch of rain.

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Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue into Monday night, mainly before midnight, the forecast said, with the continued possibility that some storms could produce heavy rainfall. The overnight low will be 70 degrees, and skies will be otherwise cloudy in the absence of rain. The thunderstorm threat will continue through Tuesday, and sun will return Wednesday with a high of 83 degrees.


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