High temperatures yesterday did not go above 47 in Atlantic City and Trenton.  It was 46 degrees in Newark and Wrightstown. That's way below the mid to upper 50s that we should be seeing this time of the year.

We'll have clouds to start with Friday, and some sunshine breaking in this afternoon.  High temperatures will be in the upper 40s to perhaps 50s.  I'm going a bit below the forecast guidance of about 52 or so.

Tonight it will be clear and chilly.  Temperatures will be in the 30s, with a few 20s possible.

A beautiful Saturday, with lots of sunshine.  A few highs in the afternoon reaching the low 50s, and sunshine and some clouds Sunday with a brisk wind.

We have absolutely no worries about a coastal storm.  It will be far out to sea by the end of the weekend, and early next week.  There a chance of some minor flooding on Sunday and Monday.

The next chance of showers comes along on Tuesday from a system from the West.