My predicted low 60s, 63 or so, was not enough.

Atlantic City had 69, 67 at Newark Liberty Airport.  It was much, much milder than expected.  The normal high is 49 or 50, so we were way above normal.

And we'll be above the norm again today, despite the fact some shower or thunderstorm activity will move in at some point this afternoon and this evening.  Some highs well into the 60s, but much cooler near the ocean.

There will be rain the first part of tonight, which could possibly change to snow, before ending by midnight or shortly after.  It won't amount to much of anything, little or no accumulation.

Some clearing, windy and much colder late tonight in the 20s.

Partly to mostly sunny, very windy and very cold tomorrow. High temperatures will be in the upper 20s to near 30, at best, with winds gusting to 40 miles per hour or better. It will feel so much colder Thursday.

Some sun and clouds Friday with a few highs just reaching the low 40s.