The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well, although high temperatures Saturday along the coast were only near 50.

It was pretty chilly while I was playing golf, but it was 60 or shade above inland on Saturday afternoon.

Sunday's high temperatures were better with highs in the low 60s, as high as 64 in Atlantic City, but it was 60 in Newark, Trenton, and Wrightstown-Burlingto County.

Today, we're going to have clouds and some sunshine.  There are some showers that are not too far away, but I think, for the most part, they'll be dissipating before arriving here.  At least, that's what the indication is.

Although, there is the slightest chance of a brief shower mid-day or afternoon hours.  High temperatures today will be in the low 60s away from the ocean, where it'll be noticeably cooler and closer to 50 degrees.

Some partial clearing tonight in the chilly 40s, maybe closer to 50 along the south coast.

We look for Tuesday to have the opportunity of a brief afternoon or evening light shower, I suppose.  But, otherwise, high temperatures tomorrow make the 60s away from the ocean.

It could make 70 by Wednesday, at least inland.