The weekend forecast worked out pretty well.

High temperatures Sunday reached the mid to upper 40s; 45 in Atlantic City, 47 at Newark Liberty Airport and Trenton-Mercer County Airport.

Today's forecast, though, is a very difficult one.  It's one where some of the models are having no snow accumulation at all, or very little, and other models, which are implying we could have several inches-plus of snow.  Particularly at the shore, believe it or not.

I'm exactly not knowing what to do today, to tell you the truth.  I'm leaning towards some accumulations during the daylight hours and this evening before it starts tapering off and ending early tonight.

Whether or not it is as much as the Weather Service's 3-5 inches in parts of South Jersey, or whether it's a lot less than that, remains to be seen.

I'm going to be kind of coy about that.  It'll certainly become windy today with temperatures in the 30s and 40s.

That's it for now. More weather again tomorrow.