PASSAIC COUNTY, N.J.. — While the threat of Hurricane Joaquin making landfall along the East Coast is over as the storm moves off the coast and out to sea, Passaic County still will deal with rain for most of the weekend, according to the latest accuweather.com models.
Conditions won't clear up until Sunday evening, as the forecast is set to be partly cloudy but dry after noon.
Drizzle is in the forecast for the rest of Saturday and through Sunday morning, as temperatures will hover from a Saturday low of 47 degrees to a Sunday high of 56 degrees, according to the National Weather Service forecast.
As for Joaquin, Bermuda will get a serious amount rain and wind Sunday night as the hurricane will pass roughly about 150 miles off the island's shore.
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