With a bit of snow Thursday, high temperatures only reached the upper 30s and low 40s.

The normal high is 52 or 53, so we were way below normal.

Today will be in the low to middle 40s with a gusty wind, patchy clouds and some sunshine.  It'll be nice, but chilly, just a degree or two above yesterday.

Mostly clear tonight back in the 20s, a few teens are possible in far NW Jersey, but low 30s along the south coast.

Lots of sunshine Saturday with a brisk wind again, highs in the mid to upper 40s during the afternoon.

Some sunshine to start Sunday, but increasing clouds throughout the day, back in the 40s.

A storm system will be developing just off the coast of Virginia and North Carolina by Sunday night and Monday morning.

That means some wet snow or rain developing sometime Sunday night.  I'd bet on the rain in the southern half of the state, and maybe from the Route 1 Corridor, and especially north and west of Route 78, a better chance of accumulating snow with this.

We'll have more on this in future reports.

Have a good weekend.