Highest temperatures yesterday reached the low to middle 50s.  It was 51 in Newark, 55 in Atlantic City.  The 41 to 43 degree mark is where we should be, so we are 10 to 12 degrees above the normal again.

Today will be above normal by a little bit because we'll be just into the 40s before falling.  We have the likelihood of wet snow or light rain around this afternoon.  With temperatures above freezing, though, nothing should stick.

There's the chance the first part of the night of a coating to perhaps, I might be stretching this, a half-inch to an inch in spots.  It might make it a little bit slippery overnight.  It ends well before midnight with partial clearing with late lows the mid 20s to low 30s.

Tomorrow, lots of sunshine with temperatures well into the 40s.

Mostly sunny on Friday near 50.  There could be a few snow showers later Friday night or early Saturday as much colder air comes in.

And mainly in the 30s for the upcoming weekend.