High temperatures Thursday reached the upper 50s, 58 or 59.

That was way above the normal high of 46.

It's starting very mild this morning, but temperatures will turn colder and may fall in the 40s later with some rain.

And rain tonight continues with the chance that later tonight it turns to a wintry mix in far NW Jersey before ending.  Some lows will be in the 30s, but 40 or so along the far south coast.

Drying out Saturday as clouds break for some sunshine and most highs in the lower 40s.

There will be an interesting development Sunday.  Snow and sleet develops during Sunday afternoon. It may go to rain late in the day along the far south coast only.  It goes over to a mix and then rain in parts of the state, Central and North Jersey, on Sunday night.

Anything from a coating to a few inches or so is possible before the change.  Sunday's highs in the 30s, but low 40s near the ocean.

Regardless, it will all get washed away by a mild and rainy Monday, with highs likely in the 50s then.