The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well. We had times of clouds and sunshine, and also the risks of some scattered showers that were mentioned in the forecast either day. And that worked out in parts of the state, but not all.
Temperatures on Sunday, by the way, except for Newark-65, got barely above 60 or 61. It was only 59 Sunday in Wrightstown, Burlington County.
Well, temperatures today will be mostly in the 50s to the perhaps low 60s, or just a shade over 60 with more clouds than sun for our Monday. There is the risk of some scattered showers at any time. Those scattered showers will be planning until at the least the first half of the night before tapering off, especially in central and south Jersey later at night.
Tuesday will offer more clouds than just some sunshine, and also the risk of some scattered showers. Although, the shower activity may not be as widespread Tuesday as it will be today.
Wednesday will have a brisk north-northwest wind with more in the way of sunshine returning. Temperatures Wednesday could be up to near 70 degrees in afternoon.