Thursday's high temperature reached the the low to middle 50s, as high as 55 in Atlantic City.

The normal high is from 52 to 54.

Today, we can watch for a few passing showers, and certainly, temperatures on the mild side of normal.  But, it will be mostly cloudy if it doesn't shower very much. A few highs of 57 to 62.

It'll turn cooler during the night ahead with maybe a brief shower overnight, lows from the mid 30s to the low 40s on average.

Saturday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the upper 40s to near 50.

Then, the weather changes to much, much colder wintry-type weather for Sunday.  There will be sun and some clouds and a strong gusty wind that will make highs in the low to middle 30s feel even colder. There may even be a snow flurry, as well.

A storm system will come out of the Gulf of Mexico and come up the Eastern Seaboard for the middle part of next week.  It'll be too mild for anything, but rain, at this point to start.

But, there could be a changeover to snow later Wednesday or Wednesday night before precipitation comes to an end.