It was a little taste of summer this afternoon with a high of 68 recorded at Philly International! This was with sunshine to start the day, a cold front that pushed through in the early afternoon, and then a westerly wind that warmed us up even more by 4pm! Savor the flavor because that's the last warm day until Friday.
Overnight we'll have a few clouds with lows in the middle 30s and a light northwesterly wind. Sunday will feature more clouds than sunshine as we'll have a short wave to the north and also an area of low pressure across the southeast. We stay dry with highs in the middle 40s with a northwest wind between 10-15mph.
After a chilly and clear night Sunday we'll have sunshine on Monday, but it will be unseasonably cold with highs just in the upper 30s! Ditto for Tuesday!
All eyes then turn to a potent low pressure area riding up from the Gulf of Mexico along with a cold front across the Great Lakes; these two pieces of energy don't necessarily "phase"(come together) on top of us, but will phase just offshore. Regardless, this will still affect the I-95 corridor from Philly up to New York City and provide some light snow. The time frame right now would be from early Tuesday evening until Wednesday morning with Long Island, Eastern CT, and Southern New England taking the brunt of this storm(1'+ of snow?).
Stay tuned and don't forget that you can check out the rest of the 7-day forecast(any time) at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html.