Starting with Tuesday's high temperatures. It ranged from as low as 63 at Wrightstown, Burlington County to as high as 67 in Atlantic City International Airport.
Today's temperatures will be a touch milder because I think we'll have variable clouds and some sunshine today with a few highs from 67 to perhaps 72. I've taken out just the chance of a shower. I think anybody that mentions it is crazy, so I didn't put it in my forecast for today.
Tonight's a different story. There will be showers developing during the hours after midnight and some lows will be in the mid 40s to low 50s, but closer to 60 along the south coastal communities.
And as we expected, there will be some rain for Thursday with statewide highs from 52 to 62.
Sunshine comes back Friday with highs just in the 50s.
And it looks as though a storm system will be developing in the southeastern states and come close enough to us Saturday to bring us some wind and rain. But that will be gone in time to salvage a nice Sunday.