High temperatures yesterday reached as warm as 78 in Mount Holly, 76 in Trenton and 77 in Wrightstown.  The normal high is 59.

We'll continue to be above normal during the next couple of days.  Patchy clouds and sunshine today.  Some highs in the low 80s.  There's a possibility of a shower tonight, mainly in North Jersey.  Temperatures tonight will be in the mid 50s to low 60s.

Partly sunny Wednesday, with temperatures in the low to mid 80s. It should turn much cooler near the ocean.

Partly cloudy Thursday.  Now a weather boundary will be cutting right across the state so it will be in the low 60s or cooler in North Jersey, but some 70s in South Jersey.

Showers will move in Thursday night and hang around for part of Friday.

The weekend looks fine with temperatures in the 60s.