Southern New Jersey had the most rain, by far.

Atlantic City had over a half-inch, but Newark and Trenton, for example, just barely had trace amounts with some spotty light rain.

High temperatures yesterday did not get past the 50s in most cases.  Newark's 57 and Trenton's 57 were far and away the mildest.  Where there was rain farther south, it was only in the low 50s.

Today, some sunshine and some clouds with a brisk wind.  Highs will be no better than the low to middle 50s this afternoon.

Some clear skies tonight with maybe some late clouds, lows mostly in the 30s. There could be a few NW Jersey 20s and low 40s in the big cities and along the coastline.

A mix of sun and clouds should redevelop Friday with low to mid 50s again.

Mostly sunny Saturday with highs in the mid to upper 50s, just the chance of a passing shower or two later Saturday night, but not much.

Returning sunshine Sunday and a touch milder.  Sunday's highs from 55 to near 60.