After a beautiful Saturday, the second part of the weekend is expected to be very nice as well...
The rest of today will be partly sunny, with more clouds arriving by evening. Rain is not expected during the daylight hours, as highs reach the lower 70s inland, and remaining in the lower 60s at the coast.
Tonight will be mainly cloudy, with temperatures dropping into the upper 40s in the suburbs to the lower 50s for much of NJ and New York City.
Changes in our weather begin on Monday, with mostly cloudy skies. Some rain and drizzle is likely, especially for southern and western NJ. The rain may try to sneak in to NYC and Long Island by late in the afternoon or evening. High temperatures will be much cooler, only reaching the lower 60s inland, and the upper 50s at the shore.
Monday night is expected to remain cloudy will rain and drizzle likely for all areas. Lows only fall into the lower 50s.
Tuesday is expected to see more the gray and cool conditions, with light rain and drizzle continuing, particularly in the morning. Readings will top out once again in the lower 60s inland, and the upper 50s at the coast.
Wednesday should be dry, with more clouds than sun. Temperatures top out between 60 and 65 for inland areas, and upper 50s at the beaches.
Thursday and Friday are likely to be the warmest days of the week, as the sun returns, and highs reach 70 degrees.
Radar image is from 1:30pm -- 4/28/2013