As usual, we review high temperatures from Thursday, and they reached the low 70s; 70 in Newark, 71 Wrightstown, 72 in Trenton and Atlantic City wasn't as warm, and that's 11 miles in-land, with temperatures in the mid-60s because some clouds hung on there.

We'll have some sunshine today with a few highs in the low 70s, but much much cooler 50s near the ocean with a sea breeze.

More clouds may be around tonight with some lows just in the 50s.

I think we will be rain-free through the early afternoon tomorrow.  Now that I said that, watch there be some spotty drizzle.  But I think we will be okay with clouds and some sun through early afternoon around 2PM.  Then, some showers develop later with Saturday's highs in the low 70s, but much cooler tomorrow along the coast.

And it looks like rain is likely Sunday and Sunday night.  Beneficial rain in the order of 1 to 2 inches, do we dare say potential for a bit more?  Certainly, that is a possibility and that would be certainly very very welcome.