Dave’s Forecast: Dry and sunny, but colder weekend ahead for New Jersey

For the second weekend in a row, New Jersey is expecting a dry and sunny weekend. But there is one catch - it's going to be slightly colder than average for this time of year.
SATURDAY: Mainly sunny skies tomorrow. A slight breeze will make it feel even cooler. It will be a great weekend weather-wise to get outside. Fall clean-up waits for no one. High tomorrow is 53 degrees (57 is the norm.)
SATURDAY NIGHT: Mainly clear and colder. Temperatures will fall quickly to the upper-20s and low-30s. (The normal low this time of year is 40 degrees.)
SUNDAY: Still sunny. Fair weather will continue to build across the area suppressing any chance for clouds to develop. New Jersey will be on the front side of this fair-weather system so the prevailing winds will usher in even colder temperatures for the end of the weekend. Highs in the upper-40s.
COMING UP: Starts dry and colder. The temperatures will stay below average until the middle of the week. Guidance is showing signs of a warm-up by this time next week.