The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well.  I said near 90 Saturday, but the only place that hit that mark was in far Southern New Jersey.  It was 88 degrees in Atlantic City, but only in the low 80s in Trenton and Newark.  It was a lot cooler due to some passing clouds. On Sunday, Newark and Trenton hit upper 80s.  But it got to 90 in Wrightstown and 92 in Mount Holly. 

Clouds and some sunshine during the course today, but no rain.  Temperatures will be mostly in the 70s, perhaps near 80 in a few spots.  I think we'll be dry most of the night, despite the fact mostly cloudy skies will move in.  There could be the chance of some showers near Delaware River counties. 

Showers and thunderstorms are on tap Tuesday.  Some will produce some heavy rain. 

On Wednesday, any leftover rain should gradually give way to drying and improving conditions.