High temperatures Thursday reached the mid to upper 40s;  45 in Wrightstown, Burlington County, but that was a low number.  Trenton had 48, Newark and Atlantic City 49.

The normal high is 58 or 59, so we were way below that.  Of course, the snow cover had a little bit to do with that.

We look for temperatures today to reach the low 50s or so under a mostly sunny sky.

Clear to partly cloudy tonight with some lows in the 30s, but low to mid 40s in big cities and along the shore.

Clouds and some sunshine Saturday.  I can't completely rule out just the isolated chance of a shower or sprinkle in northern and westernmost counties, but it should be basically dry. And a milder mid-50s or so in the afternoon, but cooler near the ocean.

Sunny and even milder Sunday and Monday.  Low to mid 60s on Sunday, upper 60s Monday.  It'll be cooler both days near the shore.

We look for the chance of some showers about Tuesday of next week.