Monday's high temperatures did no better than 56 in Atlantic City, as low as 53 in Newark.

The normal high is 56 to 58, so we were close, but just a shade below normal.

Temperatures are going the other way today.  They'll be falling into the upper 30s or the low 40s.  There can be a change to snow showers for a time this morning that could produce a light coating on colder surfaces, not on roadways, walkways or driveways.

Then, we will be blustery, colder and drying out during the afternoon hours.  Some temperatures will be in the upper 30s to low 40s.

Clear and much colder tonight with lows near 30 along the south coast.

Sunny and still chilly tomorrow, around 40 or so.

Mostly sunny and milder Thursday after a chilly start with highs just in the low 50s.

High temperatures Friday, with sunshine, will be well into the 50s.

It could make the low 60s Saturday with some sun and arriving clouds, but it should be okay for most, if not all, of the day.

Sunday is a different story.  It now appears that there may be some showers for Sunday.