The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well, low 70s Saturday and mid to upper 60s Sunday with a good deal of sunshine, which a bit of a surprise.  I thought we would have more of a mix of sun and clouds on Saturday, which we really didn't.

I thought we might be partly sunny Sunday, but it was more mostly sunny.  Not to worry, temperatures today will be well into the 60s to near 70 with lots of sunshine overall.  It should be mostly sunny, and it should be enough of a west-northwest breeze to hold off any sea breeze along the beach and boardwalk.

We may have some variable clouds tomorrow and a far North Jersey shower.  For the most part, though, it should be rain-free with clouds, some sun, but I'm not sure how much.  High temperatures should reach the upper 60s and the lower 70s, at least away from the ocean, where it will be cooler tomorrow afternoon.

We're going to have an interesting weather scenario play out, perhaps, as we get to the end of this upcoming weekend and early next week.  A disturbance in the central Caribbean Sea has to be monitored for signs of development.  If it does develop, it's going to move north-ward to the Bahamas.  It may come up the eastern seaboard and be a real nor'easter here by the time we get to the early part of next week, or perhaps the end of this weekend.

We'll have more on this in the many days ahead.