The weekend forecast worked out pretty well.

I said near 60 on Saturday, and I think it got to 61 at Newark Liberty Airport, so that was a fair forecast.

And I said well into the 50s for yesterday, and it got to the mid to upper 50s, in most cases, for highs on Sunday afternoon.  There was not too much rain in places, and it didn't really rain at the shore where I live until after 4 p.m., so that salvaged much of Easter Sunday.

Today, we will have clouds and some sunshine. There's the risk of a shower this afternoon or a sprinkle with a brisk wind.  High temperatures will be in the upper 50s to perhaps the low 60s.  Guidance wants to have it as high as 65 in Atlantic City today.

That may be pushing the envelope just a little bit, but certainly low 60s and upper 50s seem to be the way to go.

Tonight, clearing out and turning colder.

Tomorrow, we will have the mix of clouds and sun developing with a strong, gusty wind, and cooler.  High temperatures tomorrow probably no better than the upper 40s and low 50s for highs Tuesday afternoon.

Wednesday looks good from here, as well.  However, it will be on the cool side of normal.