Highest temperatures yesterday reached as high as 92 at Newark Liberty Airport, 91 in Trenton and Wrightstown, Burlington County, and 90 in Atlantic City at the airport, which is 11 miles inland at Pomona and not at the beach.  It was somewhat cooler there with a sea breeze yesterday.

Today, we are looking for the threat of a few passing showers.  This morning, in south coastal counties, and maybe in northern New Jersey, otherwise variable clouds with highs in the low 80s, but cooler near the ocean.

Clearing and cooler tonight with lows from 52 to 62 for statewide lows.

Sunny and pleasant tomorrow with temperatures back in the low 80s.

Sunshine to start on Friday, followed by arriving clouds.  Any showers will probably hold off until Friday night, though it may be a close call.  Friday's highs will be in the 70s, but cooler near the ocean.

Showers do come in on Friday night, and may move out by Saturday morning.  We may dry out by Saturday afternoon.

Although there could be a late day shower on Sunday, most, if not all, of the day looks good from here.