A warm front will be driving through the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas tomorrow with periods of light snow, sleet, and freezing rain from late tomorrow morning on through the early evening hours tomorrow. Along the coast, the precipitation will be scattered with snow and sleet accumulations of a trace to as much as two inches. However, further inland, the precipitation will be more concentrated and organized leading to higher snow and ice accumulation totals. The best potential for freezing rain will be over northeastern Pennsylvania and the central Hudson River Valley where as much as 0.20″ of ice will be possible. Use caution driving tomorrow afternoon! More details on the forecasts are on the way from Erin this morning!