High temperatures yesterday reached the low 80s, as expected: 82 in Newark, Atlantic City, and Mount Holly, 80 in the Trenton area.

We look today for temperatures to be cooler with enough wind to notice.  There will be sunshine through some high clouds.  The high clouds are the last little bit of weather that is associated with the clouds and scattered showers that we had previously.  They will tend to thin out, and we should have more in the way of sunshine with some highs in the lower 70s, as mentioned, and cooler near the ocean.

Tonight will be clear with some 40s, maybe even a few NW Jersey 30s, and low 50s along the coast.

Sunny Friday with highs back in the low 70s, but cooler along the ocean with a brisk northeast wind.

A storm system that will be developing off the Mid-Atlantic coast, which I mentioned yesterday, has to be watched.

Sunshine and some arriving clouds for Saturday.  I think we will be dry in most cases, although scattered light showers may try to reach the shoreline later Saturday.  It will be 75 to 80 away from the water.

For now, we'll just go for partly cloudy Sunday with little change in temperature.