High temperatures Wednesday reached as high as 84 in Trenton, Wrightstown, and Newark, which is normal for them this time of the year.

Today, we will be in the middle 80s, maybe a shade above that, with still not too much humidity and mostly sunny skies.  It'll be a bit cooler than the mid 80s at the beaches today.  There is also some moderate rip currents again out there, as well.

Mainly clear tonight with temps back in the 60s, a few NW Jersey 50s, and around 70 along the south coast.

Sunshine once again tomorrow with just moderate humidity and temperatures in the upper 80s, but cooler near the ocean.

I've included the chance of a shower and possibly a thunderstorm either weekend day with clouds and sunshine.

We may have a disturbance riding up the eastern seaboard to cause that possibility.  It won't be a washout, by any means, but something to consider in your weekend plans.  Weekend highs in the 80s, though a bit cooler at the beaches.

Isaac may be strengthening as it moves towards eventually skimming the Dominican Republic and Cuba.  Its threat to South Florida will have some impact by the early part of next week.