High temperatures yesterday were mostly in the 30s, except for 40 in Atlantic City, where they had almost an inch and a quarter of rainfall. 

The normal high, by the way, is 40-42 for this time of year.

It will be colder today with clouds and sunshine, a few highs around 30 or so this afternoon.

Some clouds may be around tonight, but no issues, in the 20s.

Partly to mostly sunny tomorrow.  It will be a good day, but a cold one with most highs only in the lower 30s.

A disturbance coming at us from the Plain States on Saturday may bring the chance of snow or flurries by later in the day or at night.  Highs back in the 30s.

I'm cautiously optimistic for Sunday. The Weather Service is going for a 40-50 percent chance of snow.  I really don't see it.  I think there's a chance of some snow showers or flurries later in the day.  But, overall, partly sunny with some Sunday afternoon highs just in the low 40s.