The weekend forecast worked out pretty well.  It was mostly in the 20s Saturday, but it managed to get three or four degrees above my low 30s that I predicted for Sunday.

It got to 36 in Newark and Atlantic City.  The normal high is 39 to 41.

We are going to have a bit of a wintry mix for a while this morning.  There could be a coating of snow for the first few hours after daybreak.  Then, it will go to a wintry mix, followed by plain rain later this after.  Although, there could be some freezing rain in areas north and west of Route 78 for a while this afternoon.

So, it could be slippery in spots.  Temperatures today will probably make the 40s in southernmost NJ, while it just gets above freezing in northern and western counties.

Some leftover fog and drizzle tonight.  Tomorrow, temperatures will start to moderate.  Guidance wants to have it as high as the low 50s tomorrow.

It could make the low 60s for Wednesday before more cold air comes in for the end of the work week.