The normal high temperature for New Jersey now is 66 to 68. We were just about in that ballpark yesterday; Trenton 66, Atlantic City, and Wrightstown, Burlington County were 68.
Today will be in the 70s, despite the fact that we'll have some occasional showers moving through at any time. And there could be some heavy downpours, especially this afternoon and early this evening.
But by early this evening, the shower threat will be ending, and it should be clear overnight. Low will be in the mid 40s to lower 50s, so much cooler.
It will be in the mid to upper 60s Saturday and partly sunny, but it will be a gusty wind. It will feel a little bit cooler than the actual air temperatures will be.
Sun and arriving clouds on Sunday with highs back in the 60s. I'm not mentioning any showers. There's a threat of a shower, I suppose, later in the afternoon or early in the evening in parts of the state northern and central Jersey. But, for the moment I'm keeping it rain free.
So again, some showers moving through today with some highs in the 70s, but cooler near the ocean.