The upper level disturbance associated with the coastal storm now moving the Atlantic is producing a final round of rain and snow over the northern Mid Atlantic this morning.
Throughout the New York City and Philadelphia metropolitan areas; rain, mixed with snow and sleet at times in heavier downpours, will continue to move through the region this morning. No accumulation of the snow or sleet is expected with temperatures above freezing. Meanwhile over the higher elevations of northeastern Pennsylvania, northwestern New Jersey, the Hudson Valley, and northern Connecticut; a light to moderate wet snow will continue through the morning hours, mixing with rain at times. The precipitation will end from west to east by late this morning through the early afternoon hours as dry air builds into the region. Temperatures will rebound this afternoon into the mid 40’s to lower 50’s for highs today.
A weak disturbance will dive to the south of New Jersey tonight through tomorrow morning with variable cloud cover and a risk of a few isolated rain and snow showers, however no significant impacts are expected from this disturbance. Temperatures will fall into the upper 20’s to lower 30’s over the interior and mid 30’s along the coast and in urban locations. Skies will begin to clear by late tomorrow morning with temperatures rising into the upper 40’s to mid 50’s for highs by tomorrow afternoon.
High pressure will be in control Saturday night through Sunday evening with scattered clouds, light winds, and temperatures near to slightly below normal with 30’s for lows and lower to mid 50’s for highs. The high pressure system will start to give way on Sunday evening as a warm front approaches from the Ohio Valley. Clouds will be on the increase with rain developing towards midnight.
The warm front will move through the northern Mid Atlantic on Monday morning with periods of rain. Behind the warm front, temperatures will rise into the 50’s to lower 60’s for highs on Monday afternoon with scattered clouds. However, the real warm up will be on Tuesday afternoon with temperatures sky rocketing into the mid 60’s to mid 70’s for highs! A powerful cold front will follow on Tuesday night into Wednesday morning with showers and strong to potentially severe thunderstorms.
Behind the cold front, high pressure will be in control from Wednesday afternoon through the end of next week with scattered clouds and temperatures near normal. Temperatures for the end of next week will range from the mid 30’s to mid 40’s for lows and upper 50’s to mid 60’s for highs.
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