An overcast day with some light snow in the afternoon as we reached a high of 40 at Philly International; granted that was achieved before 11am, but to have snow in late March is ridiculous.
Overnight we'll have early snow tapering off(accumulating south and east with upward of 4" in NJ and DE) and have clearing by sunrise with lows in the upper 20s. Wednesday will be mostly sunny, but breezy with a northwesterly wind around 20mph as we'll have a tight pressure gradient between high pressure moving in and the strong coastal low across New England. A high in the upper 30s will feel more like the lower 20s with the wind chill.
After a chilly night Wednesday into the upper 20s we'll be in the middle and upper 40s Thursday with another sunny day, but then we'll jump twenty degrees for Friday ahead of a cold front for the weekend.
You can check out the rest of the 7-day forecast(any time) at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html .