A warm front will continue to drive northeastward through the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas today with periods of rain for much of the region. Temperatures over northern New Jersey, the Hudson River Valley, and Connecticut will be hovering around freezing through 10 AM before warming above freezing leading to a mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain changing over to rain. Temperatures will rise into the upper 30′s to lower 40′s over the northern interior, mid to upper 40′s over the New York City metropolitan area, and upper 40′s to lower 50′s over the Philadelphia metropolitan area. As the snow melts, areas of fog will be a threat through the day leading to poor visibility.
High pressure will take hold tonight on through Wednesday afternoon with scattered clouds and tranquil weather conditions. Temperatures will remain near to slightly above normal with lows in the upper 20′s to lower 30′s over the northern interior and lower to mid 30′s along the coast with highs in the lower to mid 40′s for highs.
An area of low pressure will track towards the Mid Atlantic coastal waters on Wednesday night into Thursday with periods of snow expected over the Philadelphia metropolitan area, a mix of snow and rain along the immediate coast, and scattered snow showers over the New York City metropolitan area. The track of this storm is still uncertain along with how much snow versus rain will fall along the coast. However, over 4 inches of snow will be possible for southeastern Pennsylvania through central New Jersey. Temperatures will range from the upper 20′s to lower 30′s for lows and upper 30′s to mid 40′s for highs.
High pressure will take hold Thursday afternoon on through Saturday morning with scattered clouds and comfortable weather conditions. Temperatures will range from the mid 20′s to lower 30′s for lows and upper 30′s to mid 40′s for highs.
An area of low pressure will approach approach from the southwest on Saturday night into Sunday with the potential for significant snowfall throughout the entire Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas. The track of this low is very much uncertain but there is high potential for significant snowfall with this low pressure system. Temperatures will range from the upper 10′s to mid 20′s for lows and upper 20′s to mid 30′s for highs.