Despite the rain yesterday, we reached the upper 70s to near 80 in a few spots.  We had a half-inch to an inch of rain.

There was an isolated report near Paterson of a funnel cloud, but that was the exception and not the rule.

There was no real issue with the tornado watch, and it was actually cancelled before 4 p.m. yesterday afternoon when it was to expire at 5 p.m.

Today will be mostly sunny and cool with a brisk wind around 70 or so this afternoon.

Some clear skies followed by some high clouds overnight with some lows in the 40s, but low to mid 50s in urban and coastal areas.

Gradually clouding up tomorrow with some light rain possible in far southern New Jersey near the Delaware Bay late in the day, but the majority of the state will be dry. Highs just in the 60s with a gusty wind.

Rain will be developing in most places during the course of Wednesday night, especially later Wednesday night.

Some rain and wind will be gusting near the coast on Thursday.  Highs will be just in the 60s.

Cool, cloudy, unsettled weather will last from Friday into the start of the weekend.