High temperatures Thursday reached no better than 55 at Newark, Atlantic City and Wrightstown.

That's what we expected and that's about normal for this time of the year.

It'll be a bit milder today with highs in the upper 50s to maybe 60, and no worse than partly sunny. It will be cooler than that, though, near the ocean.

I still just kept in the chance late tonight, as skies become mostly cloudy, of a late shower with lows from 38 to 48.

There might be a morning shower tomorrow, but there just as easily may not with clouds and some sun.  Highs Saturday in the 50s.

I'm starting off with some fog and drizzle Sunday, then some variable clouds and highs well into the 60s, but much cooler near the ocean.

There still could be a shower chance around, especially Sunday morning, but I'm not mentioning it in the forecast. That may be a mistake, but for the moment, we're keeping it rain-free.  Although, it will start rather foggy early Sunday morning.

Some showers come in Sunday night into early Monday, then they end.  We'll dry out and temperatures become milder.  Much cooler weather will follow Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.