There were really impressive high temperatures yesterday.  A couple of records were broken.

Atlantic City's 89 broke the old record of 85 set in 1922. Trenton's high temperature of 87 broke that old record of 83, which was also set back in 1922.

Remember, the normal high temperature should be 59 or 60.

We'll be closer to normal today with a few highs in the 60s, but some 50s in North Jersey and along the coast.  Much, much cooler and variable clouds develop with a brief shower and spotty drizzle is possible later.

Some rain will develop overnight with lows within the mid 40s to low 50s.

Rain for awhile Friday will be heavy at times until tapers off late in the day.  Highs tomorrow from 60 to 65, except cooler again in North Jersey and along the ocean.

A mix of sun and clouds Saturday with highs from 58 to 63.

Sunday will be a nice day with sun and clouds with highs around 60, but cooler near the ocean.