Scattered cloud cover and slightly warmer conditions can be expected today as winds from the west at 5 to 15 mph down slopes off the Appalachian Mountains. Temperatures will rebound nicely into the mid to upper 40′s over the interior and upper 40′s to lower 50′s along the coast. Temperatures tonight will fall into the mid to upper 20′s over the interior and lower t mid 30′s along the coast.
A weak area of low pressure will pass to the south of the Philadelphia metropolitan areas with a few passing isolated to widely scattered showers. Most locations will remain dry however a few showers may produce a brief heavy downpour. Winds will veer to the northwest at 5 to 15 mph. Temperatures will rise into the lower to mid 40′s for highs throughout the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas.
High pressure will produce scattered cloud cover for Saturday night on through Sunday. Temperatures will remain cool with lows in the mid 20′s to lower 30′s for lows and mid to upper 40′s for highs.
A warm front will approach on Monday with increasing clouds through the day. As the area of low pressure lifts towards central New York from the Tennessee River Valley on Monday, rain will develop along the coast and a mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain over the northern interior. The precipitation is expected to start in the late evening hours. The wintery mix over the interior will change over to rain and will become heavy at times. Ice accumulations of up to 0.25″ will be possible over northeastern Pennsylvania, extreme northern New Jersey, the Hudson Valley, and northern Connecticut. Temperatures on Monday will rise into the mid to upper 40′s for highs. Temperatures on Tuesday will range from the lower to mid 30′s over the interior and upper 30′s to lower 40′s along the coast for lows and upper 40′s to lower 50′s over the interior and mid to upper 50′s along the coast for highs.
High pressure will be in complete control Tuesday night on through Thursday with scattered cloud cover and cool conditions. Temperatures will range from the upper 20′s to lower 30′s for lows and mid 40′s to lower 50′s for highs.