Tuesday's high temperatures were mostly in the low 30s, although Newark Liberty Airport managed to get to 35. 

Remember, 45 to 47 is where we should be, so we are going to be colder than normal for a while.

There will be a period of snow and snow showers moving through the morning, but by around lunchtime mid-day or early afternoon, at the absolute latest, it's gone.

Anything from a coating to, maybe, as much as an inch. And that inch or so might happen near the south coast only.  High temperatures today probably no better than the low 30s.

Very cold tonight with lows in the teens and single digits.

Partly sunny and windy tomorrow for a Thursday high in the low to middle 30s.

Even chillier Friday, mostly sunny and very cold, highs in the low to mid 20s.

And I should say, as the Arctic air comes in later Thursday, there could be some late afternoon or early evening snow showers around.

Saturday, the clouds return with maybe a few flurries later, but not a big deal.

Snow, sleet and rain arrives, at some point, on Sunday with the next storm.