High temperatures yesterday got to near 30, but fell short.

Newark Liberty Airport and Atlantic City International were both 29, Trenton was 28, Wrightstown had a 27.

It will be a cold day today.  That's for sure.  It will be sunny with highs in the mid to upper 20s, but probably middle 20s, at best.

Very cold single digits and teens tonight, but closer to 20 along the south coast.

Some sunshine followed by increasing clouds tomorrow in the 20s to near 30.

Our snowstorm arrives later Wednesday night with some snow developing during the hours after midnight.  That continues into Thursday.

However, it may possibly change into sleet, freezing rain, and, even, rain in parts of South Jersey, especially along the south coast, where there will be much less than the 8 inches of snow I'm predicting for later Wednesday night and Thursday.

Inland South Jersey may have 4 inches or more, but probably less than that along the coast.

Highs Thursday will be in the 30s, but maybe a few NW Jersey 20s.

The storm moves away Thursday evening and night.