High temperatures yesterday were, as predicted, in the low 60s; 61 Newark, 63 Trenton and 62 in Atlantic City.  That's just a shade below the normal high of 64 or 65.

We'll have patchy clouds and sunshine today in New Jersey.  There's just the chance of an isolated shower or sprinkle in northwestern-most counties.  But, for the most part, we should be rain-free.  Some highs will be in the 60s, but cooler near the beach.

Clear early tonight with some arriving clouds overnight, though, which might lead to the chance of a shower in southern-most counties by daybreak.  A few lows will be from 40 to 45, but mid 50s along the coast.

Some showers probably moving through the day on Thursday with highs mainly in the 60s, but cooler again near the water.

Mostly sunny and windy Friday with temperatures in the low 60s.

Saturday may offer the chance of a shower at some point, but I do not think there will be too much of that.

Sunday looks okay from here, regardless.