Before the snow arrived in part of the state yesterday, it was in the upper 30s to near 40.

In fact, everybody reached 39, except Wrightstown, which was 40.  That was pretty much, as expected.

But, I didn't expect a little over a half-foot of snow in Lower Cape May County.  That's what they had. Eastern Atlantic County had 4 inches, while Eastern Ocean County had, at least, 2 or 3 inches.

Along the Route 1 corridor, there was barely a coating.  North of there, there was little or none.  That also was expected.

Today, behind the storm that just cleared out, it will be very windy.  The returning sunshine will still not help it get out of the 30s, in most cases. It will feel even colder because of the strong gusty wind.

Clear and very cold tonight with some teens, even a few single digits in far NW Jersey possible, to lower 20s or so right along the ocean.

Some sunshine and arriving clouds Thursday with highs in the lower 40s.

We recover to 55 to 60 on Friday with some showers likely.

It looks like some showers will be around for, at least, part of the upcoming weekend.