High temperatures yesterday were reached just before midnight; 40 in Atlantic City, mid-30s elsewhere.

Of course, we had a coating of snow yesterday morning, which changed mainly to rain in the afternoon.

Today, we are looking at highs well into the 40s to perhaps 50 in a few places.  After some early fog, we'll have breaks of sun through the clouds at times today.

Watch for some areas of fog again tonight with most lows in the 40s, although a few 30s in the coldest spots.

And after early fog, it'll become windy and warm tomorrow.  Most showers will probably hold off until later in the day or at night.  Highs Wednesday from 60 to 65, but much cool along the coast near the ocean.

Some sunshine returns on Thursday and colder with most highs just into the 30s.

It'll probably be mainly in the 30s for highs on Friday with some sunshine, as well.

There could be a period of light snow or flurries later Saturday or Saturday night coming from a weak disturbance from the west.

Sunday looks okay, but cold from here.