High temperatures Thursday, as expected, only reached the low to mid 40s, which was just a shade above the 43 to 44 that we are normally supposed to be at.

Today with some sunshine developing, expect some highs in the lower 50s and a brisk wind, but still a mild afternoon for this season.

We'll have some clear skies tonight with maybe some patchy clouds, and statewide lows from the mid to upper 20 in coldest spots to the low 30s in urban and coastal areas.

Partly sunny Saturday with highs around 50, but cooler near the ocean.

Then comes our storm threat on Sunday. It looks, as though, for all the world that precipitation will only reach as far north as Route 195 and Route 1.  North of there will be little or nothing in terms of precipitation.

And it looks, as though, it starts as rain early Sunday in Central and South Jersey before it changes to wet snow during the course of the day, especially in the afternoon and evening into the early part of Sunday night before it ends.

We can't rule out some accumulation with this, especially in South Jersey.  Some highs Sunday in the low 40s before falling.