High temperatures Tuesday were a little bit above the normal high of 79 or 80; 81 in Trenton, 82 in Newark and Wrightstown, and 84 in Atlantic City.

We'll be in the low to possible mid 80s today with a brisk wind and some sunshine, but a nice day though.

Things go downhill big time beginning later tonight with showers possible during the early morning hours. Most lows in the mid 60s to low 70s.

There's a flood watch tomorrow for much of the state, beginning at 10 a.m. throughout the day and into tomorrow night. Showers and a thunderstorm can move through, some with very heavy downpours.  Statewide highs from 72 in NW Jersey to 82 or better in far South Jersey.

There could even be a tornado watch that goes up with this, at some point, tomorrow afternoon, especially for southern counties.

We'll dry out Friday with clouds and some sunshine, but still there's the chance of an afternoon or evening shower in the 70s with a gusty wind.

Saturday should be fine.

Sunday morning will be okay, but the afternoon and evening may have the chance of a shower.