The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well.  The snow tapered off and ended during the course of Saturday afternoon. It produced 4 to 6 inches north of Rt. 78.  We had at least a couple of inches in Central Jersey.  And there was about 1 to 3 inches in South Jersey. 

Slippery conditions today on some of the road surfaces in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties.  Other than that, it will be mild with temperatures jumping into the 40's, even the 50's in spots with some rain and showers developing.  Showers will last into the evening and the first part of the night before tapering off. 

It will be windy tomorrow, but temperatures will be mild in the low 50's.  Joining the wind will be a mix of sunshine and patchy clouds. 

Wednesday looks okay as well.  It will still be a bit on the mild side, although a bit cooler with most temperatures in the 40's.