The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well. It was in the low to middle 60s both days. Yesterday, for example, Atlantic City reached 65, 61 in Trenton and Wrightstown, Burlington County. The normal high is 63 or 64 now, so we were within range of normal for this time of the year.
Today, we'll have clouds and some sun, but variable clouds. The risk of a scattered shower comes into the picture probably after the day is over, not until this evening or the first part of the night. A few scattered light showers are possible, and then we'll have some clearing during the early morning hours later tonight. Highs today in the 60, while lows tonight will be in the 40s, but perhaps a few 30s are possible in a few of the coolest spots.
There will be a gusty wind tomorrow with sunshine, and lots of it. Temperatures will be in the low to middle 60s Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday may have the risk of some showers once again, as the next weather system arrives.
We have a new tropical storm, Rina, the 17th of the season down in the Caribbean. It may drift around for a while before coming to the Yucatan Channel in the many days ahead.