High temperatures yesterday were just a shade below what I had predicted.  I thought mid to upper 50s, but it was in the low and middle 50s.

Atlantic City International's 56 was the mildest reading of yesterday.

Today's temperatures will be mostly in the upper 40s to perhaps 50 with lots of variable clouds.   There could be a sprinkle or passing shower.

Then, a clear to partly cloudy and colder night ahead.  Some lows in the 20s, but some 30s elsewhere.

Partly sunny Friday with highs in the upper 40s to maybe 50 once again.

The weekend doesn't look too bad.  Saturday, a mix of sun and clouds. Clouds and some sunshine for Sunday.  Weekend temperatures mostly in the 40s.

A disturbance developing offshore will be far out at sea enough not to factor in our weather.

What could be a possibly player in weather, though, may be a storm threat for Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.

It remains to be seen how close it'll come to New Jersey.  If it's just far enough offshore, it could be a miss.

Stay tuned.  More on this in future reports.