Monday's high temperatures got a degree or two higher than I expected.

I thought mid to upper 40s, it got to 50 in Newark, 51 in Atlantic City, 49 in Trenton and Wrightstown-Burlington County.

It won't be that mild today.  Temperatures will be mostly in the mid 30s to mid 40s from north to south.  We are going to have some snow today in parts of the state, certainly not all.  Anything from just a coating along the Route 1 corridor up to a few inches from Somerset and Hunterdon Counties on north and west. There will be mostly rain farther south.  There could be a few snowflakes mixed in at the start in South Jersey.

It ends this evening with some leftover clouds tonight.  Lows will be from the mid 20s to low 30s statewide.

Early clouds for Wednesday, then returning sunshine with most highs in the low 40s, at best tomorrow afternoon.

Mostly sunny Thursday back in the 40s.

Friday looks good from here.

There could be a shower chance later Saturday or Sunday evening, but much of the upcoming weekend looks okay from here, as well.