Tuesday's high temperatures were based on early morning readings, which were generally in the low 70s, no higher than 73.

This was because we had northeast winds that over-swept the state and caused temperatures to settle into the 60s, and in the 50s near the ocean.

Today, after any patchy early fog gets out of the way, remaining mostly cloudy.  There could be some peaks of sun or brightening this afternoon, but mostly cloudy overall.  A few highs could be in the upper 60s to near 70, but much cooler 50s near the ocean.

Some fog may return tonight in the mid 50s to low 60s.

After the chance of some fog tomorrow, Thursday will feature variable clouds well into the 70s.  Towns in South Jersey could touch 80.  It'll be cooler again tomorrow along the coast.

Then, we get some rain developing during Friday, especially in the afternoon and evening when it could become heavy, at times.  That could happen into the first part of Friday night.

It should be gone in time for the weekend.