High temperatures yesterday reached the low 60s as expected; 63 at Newark Liberty Airport was the warm spot, 61, though, in Atlantic City, Trenton and Wrightstown.

The normal high is 71 or 72.  We are going to go above that over the next couple of days.

Not today, though.  It'll only be near 70 with lots of variable clouds and maybe some sun around and the chance of a few passing showers.  It'll be much cooler near the ocean.

Any evening showers end, then partial clearing overnight with lows from 52 to 62.

Some sunshine and unseasonably warm from 78 to 82 tomorrow, though it may turn cooler along the coast later in the day.

Mostly sunny Friday with highs in the mid to upper 70s, but still cooler close to the ocean.

There may be a shower chance at some point over the weekend, although I'm not exactly confident of that.

We also could luck out just as easily.