High temperatures yesterday just reached the upper 30s and the low 40s.

After the National Weather Service inadvisably put up a Winter Storm Watch for Ocean County and points south, they just have a weather advisory in effect now for Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland Counties for about an inch of snow.  I think that is maybe a little bit of a reach today.

Some spotty light rain or maybe some wet snow in far South Jersey is the call for the moment.  Most of the state will be dry in the 40s.

A little light snow or flurries will fall the first part of the night closer to the coast, maybe a coating, if even that, then some late clearing.  Statewide lows in the mid 20s to the low 30s.

Mostly sunny and colder Friday with temps just in the 30s.

A milder weekend is up ahead again.

Partly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 40s for Saturday.

Sun and clouds back in the 40s for Sunday.

But, then much much colder weather comes in for the early and middle part of next week.

High temperatures then may not be past the upper 20s or the low 30s in the Garden State.