An amazing story yesterday in the weather.

Newark-Liberty Airport actually was three degrees below everybody else at 70, the coolest reading by far.

It was 73 in Trenton and Atlantic City.

Today is going to feature clouds and some sunshine, probably similar to yesterday.

There will be a few highs in the low 70s, but cooler upper 60s, at best, along the coast with a wind off the water.

Patchy clouds and hopefully some stars, at times, tonight with temps in the mid 40 and low 50s in spots, but 60 or near the ocean.

Partly sunny Saturday in the low 70s, cooler near the water.

Some sunshine, highs in the lower 70s, Sunday and again cooler near the ocean.

An ocean storm will be developing in the days ahead, and there's some sign on some of the models that we can have some clouds, rain and showers nearing New Jersey by late Sunday night or Monday morning.

I don't know if that's real or fiction, but that's something that we don't have to worry about yet.

Nothing will interfere with a decent weekend ahead.