Well, I feel pretty good about my snowfall forecast.

I said a coating up to a few inches or so, maybe more, as much as two or three inches.

That is exactly what worked out, there were three inches in a couple of places from parts of Cumberland and Atlantic County and points north in Gloucester County.  That was it.  Otherwise, just an inch or two.

High temperatures yesterday were no better than the upper 30s. Though it did reached 40 in Newark, where it was mostly light rain in parts of North Jersey.

Today, we will have a mix of clouds and some sunshine.  Although a brief light sprinkle or shower can't be ruled out, it should be pretty dry most of the time.

Guidance wants to have it around or just a shade above 50.  I'm thinking it will be mostly in the mid to upper 40s today.

Then back down to the 30s and even a few 20s if we get some clearing for the nighttime hours ahead.

Wednesday will offer clouds, some sunshine and high temperatures around 50 degrees or so.

It looks, as though, Thursday will feature more of the same kind of unsettled weather, but nothing too dramatic.

That's it for now.  I'll be back tomorrow with more New Jersey weather.