After the big snow Friday, certainly for Central and North Jersey, but the Southern counties had a fair amount.  Point Pleasant, for example, had 10 inches of snow, so my 4 to 8 inches for Ocean and Burlington Counties that I forecasted didn't work out too badly.

Then, it was mainly in the 30s yesterday.

Today, though, much milder.  After the chance of some spotty, freezing rain in a few spots early and mid-morning, we should really moderate today.  Some of the Guidance wants to have it in the low to mid 50s.  I think that is pushing the envelope.  Upper 40s to low 50s in parts of South Jersey is not impossible with the rain coming to an end by late morning and early afternoon near the Delaware River, and a little bit later at the shore.

But, by the end of the day, it should be over with.  We should get some clearing skies overnight in the colder 30s and 20s.

It'll be windy Tuesday with temperatures just in the 40s with patchy clouds and sunshine.

Another fast moving disturbance to our south may offer the chance of snow, rain at first, late Wednesday or early Wednesday night, then a changeover to snow Wednesday night.  There could be some accumulation to that before it moves away rapidly on Thursday.