Highest temperatures Tuesday reached a bit above what I had predicted.  I thought it would be 50 or so.  It got to 53 to 56 from Newark to Atlantic City, which was a welcome surprise.

Today, although a shower or two is possible with dense fog, it will become windy and warm with highs of 65 to perhaps 70, but much cooler near the ocean.

Heavy showers will move through during tonight with strong, gusty winds.  Winds could gust up to 40 and 50 miles per hour with lows near 50 or so.

Some sunshine, very windy, and turning colder Thursday.  Temperatures should fall into the 40s during the course of the day.

A couple of fast-moving disturbances will affect us by the end of the weekend.  There's the chance of a little light snow or flurries Friday morning, then some sunshine with a brisk wind in the 30s.

There's another chance of snow or flurries by later Saturday-Saturday night into the first part of Sunday.

We'll have more on that in the many days ahead.