This article was syndicated from NJ.com (Star Ledger)
For the first time in several weeks, rain could threaten outdoor plans at the Jersey Shore.
The National Weather Service says there's a chance for thunderstorms after 4 p.m. today. The high temperature in the Belmar area should reach the low 80s.
Rain is a strong possibility for Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night, with thunderstorms possible at time.
The high on Sunday is expected to reach the mid-80s, and evening temperatures on both days will fall to the mid-70s under cloudy skies.
With one major exception, all road projects along the Shore are on hold for the weekend.
• The right and center lanes on Route 37 east will be closed for the second consecutive weekend on the Thomas A. Mathis lift bridge over the Barnegat Bay connecting Toms River and Seaside . . . read more at NJ.com (Star Ledger)