As usual, we review high temperatures of yesterday.  They were in the mid to upper 40s, as expected, with 45 in Trenton and 48 at Newark Liberty Airport.  Again, way above the normal high of 41 to 43.

Temperatures today will be right back in the upper 40s to perhaps 50, despite the fact that there will be sunshine and arriving clouds.  The next storm system that arrives tonight into tomorrow will produce some rain and wet snow when it develops after midnight.  It will mainly be rain from Route 1 and 195 South when it starts tonight.  It'll be wet snow or rain elsewhere.  Some lows in the 30s.

It should change to wet snow tomorrow morning.  That could be anything from a coating to an inch or so possibly.  I really don't see too much more than that, but we'll see.

Partly cloudy on Saturday afternoon as we get a bit of a break from the precipitation with highs from 38 to 43.

There may be another early round of wet snow or flurries early Saturday evening.

And then, partly sunny, windy and colder with temperatures only in the low to mid 30s on Sunday afternoon.