Why would you call today's forecast a bust? A tornado watch just means that tornadoes are possible, so having a tornado watch, but no tornadoes isn't a bust, per se, especially when all of the other impacts were generally realized. The area had 1/4-1/2" of rain everywhere, with up to 1" common in many areas and over 1" in localized areas and severe t-storms hit large parts of the area with significant hail (especially in SNJ, where 2" hailstones were reported) and very gusty winds, with some downed trees/poles and several thousand power outages.
I do agree with your skepticism on tomorrow's heat, though, as most of the models are now showing max temps tomorrow in the low 90s for the urban corridor and upper 80s well NW of 95 and, of course, the low 80s near the coast with sea breezes...and temps barely getting to 90F on Sunday for the warmest locations near/along the 95 corrdor from Wilmington to Trenton.
Its a bust because less than 24 hours before they werent even mentioning rain...every 1-2 day forecast has busted badly this week. We went from just some showers Wednesday night predicted on Monday to 1.25 inches of rain actual
Temperature and sky conditions predictions this week gave also failed
Oh and one of the biggest severe weather threat busts in a decade that incredibly closed schools