Temperatures over the weekend ranged widely from 65 to 67 on Saturday to around 44 on Sunday.  The normal high is between 53 to 55 degrees.

Monday's temperatures will probably be no better than the 30s, maybe a few spots will be in the low 40s, with sunshine overall.  It will be windy as well.

Skies should become partly to mostly cloudy Monday night, with temperatures in the 20s, perhaps some teens in some areas.

Our storm system will develop off the Georgia and South Carolina coast Tuesday morning, and by Tuesday evening it will be a few hundred miles to the East of Cape Hatteras on a track that I think will take it out just far enough out to sea to spare us the worst of what southeastern New England might be getting.

We have the issue of a few inches of snow in spots that can be along the coast and in northwest New Jersey, actually one forecast model wants to give four inches to Atlantic City and two inches to Burlington County.  But the GFS model gives much less, barely just an inch or so.

It looks as though we'll have a few inches in some spots, but that's about it.  The storm will be long gone on Wednesday.