The weekend just completed featured a mix of clouds and some sunshine.

High temperatures on Sunday, for example, barely got above 50.  Atlantic City's 51 in comparison to 50 at Newark, Trenton, and Wrightstown-Burlington County, that's a bit below the normal high of 54 or 55.

We may have some clouds lingering in southern and coastal counties with a bit more in the way of sunshine further north.  High temperatures today will be no better than the low 50s, if it even gets that high because we will have a brisk wind off the ocean keeping it a bit cooler near the beach and boardwalk.

Some clouds may be around partially tonight with temperatures back down in the 30s with a few 20s possible, and perhaps in the 40s along the south coast.

Interestingly enough, Guidance is split Tuesday.  Partly to mostly cloudy on one model, and basically, sunny on another.  So I'll split the difference and go for a mix of sunshine and clouds Tuesday with temperatures that could be in the 50s for highs in the afternoon.

The big travel day on Wednesday offers no headaches within hundreds of miles of New Jersey.  Thanksgiving day looks fine from here, as does Black Friday.  Although, there may be a shower chance by Friday evening or night.

But most of the long holiday weekend looks fine.