A wild range of high temperatures yesterday from the low 50s in Newark and Atlantic City to near 60 or just under in Wrightstown and Trenton.

Lakehurst somehow managed to get to 69 yesterday.  That was way out of whack with anything that I forecast.

Today, rain will be heavy, at times, before ending by late this afternoon or early this evening.  Some highs in the low 60s, but much cooler along the coast.

Some clearing and turning colder tonight with some lows back in the 30s.

Still on the mild side tomorrow. Normal highs are 49 or 50.  We may be a bit above that with some sun to start, then developing clouds.  Scattered showers are possible Wednesday afternoon with highs tomorrow from 48 to 53.

Some sunshine, windy and colder Thursday with highs in the low 40s.

We may have a little disturbance passing by with a few showers late Saturday or Saturday night.  Otherwise, the weekend, from here anyways, looks okay.