Record-breaking warmth expected, temps plummet for Sunday

Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Hilda Estevez says to expect clouds, showers and cooler weather are moving in. And for an eighth consecutive weekend, rain is in the forecast. (I really hope this pattern hangs in there for the winter.)
TONIGHT: Clouds begin to collect. Favorable winds and the blanket of cloud cover keep us comfy. Low: 61 degrees. Normal is 42.
SATURDAY: Skies filled with sunshine. Possible record warmth. High: 80 degrees. Record is 82 from 1984.
SUNDAY: Cha Cha Cha Changes. On and off showers. Especially in northern New Jersey. Temperatures cool quickly with a wind change from the northwest and clouds. High: 55 degrees.
MONDAY: Scattered leftover showers. Especially at the coast and in southern New Jersey. High: 59 degrees.
HALLOWEEN: Sun and clouds. Very chilly for trick-or-treaters. The little ones may need a jacket over the costume as the sun sets. Temps peak at 54 degrees by 2:30 p.m. and then slowly fade into the upper-40s after sunset.