Well, say good bye to the 40s.

It was as high as 47 in Atlantic City around lunchtime yesterday.

Temperatures will probably be no better than the teen to near 20 or so, tops.  Some clouds will be around, so much, much colder with enough wind to make it feel even colder.

Now, yesterday I thought that a storm system developing off the south Atlantic coast would pass far enough out to sea to spare New Jersey completely from any snow.  That does not appear to be the case tonight.

Some snow, especially from Route 1 and 195 south.  North of there, probably nothing.  There will be anything from barely nothing and just a coating to as much as a few inches or so close to the south coast, especially from Atlantic City to Cape May and lower Ocean County.

Temperatures tonight mostly in the teens, locally near 10.

Becoming mostly sunny tomorrow with temperatures in the low to middle 20s.

Sunny on Thursday near 30 degrees.

It will be around 30s to near 40 on Friday with some clouds around.

Then, we look for the chance of some rain or a wintry mix Saturday and Saturday night. But, it should be gone in time for Super Bowl Sunday.