Wednesday's high temperatures, with that strong wind, certainly felt mighty, mighty cold.

It was no better than the mid to upper 30s.  Atlantic City's 35 was the cold spot, where they had the most snow.  Newark Liberty Airport, where they had no snow, reached 38.

Remember, the normal high is 54 or 55.  We'll start to catch up to that tomorrow.

But today, some sunshine for a while before increasing high clouds arrive during the afternoon. It will be a bit milder in the low to, perhaps, mid 40s. But, low 40s for sure.

Some clouds around tonight with some lows in the 30s, but low 40s along the south coast.

There's the chance of a couple of light showers tomorrow, but not much.  It will be, at least, 55 to maybe 60.

This weather boundary will stall to our south.  We'll have some rain likely Saturday in the mid 40s to low 50s.  Some of the rain could be heavy.

As the storm system merges off the Mid-Atlantic coast late Saturday night and early Sunday, there's just the chance of a wintry mix, in spots, before it comes to an end early Sunday.

It will hopefully dry out later Sunday with highs in back in the 50s.