This is the last of the warm's gone now.

High temperatures yesterday reached the upper 60s to near 70; near 70 in Trenton and Wrightstown-Burlington County.  That was pretty much as expected.

We'll have some showers moving through off and on today.  Certainly, they will have a chance of ending late morning or early afternoon near the Delaware River, but probably not ending near the shore until late this afternoon.  Temperatures, in many cases, settling into the upper 40s or the low 50s today.

Becoming mostly clear and colder tonight with most lows in the 30s, but maybe a few 20s in NW Jersey.

Sunny, but cool tomorrow with a few highs only near 50 or so Wednesday afternoon.

A mix of clouds and sunshine Thursday in the upper 40s.

Friday and Saturday look okay.

Then, we have another coastal storm chance by the time we get to Sunday and Monday of next week.  I don't know whether or not it will be off-shore far enough to spare us the worst.

We'll have more on that in future reports.