With the exception of Newark Liberty Airport's 51 degree reading, everyone else was 46 to 48.  So, the forecast worked out pretty well for yesterday.

We'll have some sunshine to start, but some clouds mixing in today.  I can't completely rule out that there won't be an isolated sprinkle popping up later, but generally dry I hope.  Highs will be in the mid to upper 40s this afternoon.

Some clouds may still be around tonight, although that's not written in stone with lows in the 30s and a few 20s possible in NW Jersey.

A mix of clouds and sunshine this weekend with highs Saturday in the mid to upper 40s, and low to middle 40s for Sunday.

It looks, as though, the forecast models are beginning to converge on a storm threat for the middle part of next week.

The GFS forecast model is a bit farther north than it was yesterday.  The European and Canadian are both very bullish on the idea.  It could either be snow or rain, don't know which form it will be in just yet.  More on that in the days ahead.