As an area of low pressure that produced light to moderate snow over the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan area exits into the Atlantic, skies will clear from west to east. Winds will shift from the northwest to west at 5 to 10 mph through the day. Meanwhile, temperatures will rise into the upper 30′s to lower 40′s over the interior and mid 40′s along the coast for highs. The warm temperatures will lead to further melting of the snow on the ground.
High pressure will produce scattered cloud cover along with light and variable winds tonight on through tomorrow afternoon. An arctic cold front will move through the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas tomorrow night leading to winds shifting to the northwest at 5 to1 5 mph. Temperatures will range from the upper 20′s to mid 30′s for lows and mid to upper 40′s for highs through the period. However, as the cold front moves through the region tomorrow night, temperatures will crash into the mid 20′s to lower 30′s.
An area of low pressure will develop along the cold front on Saturday morning with a period of light to moderate snowfall. The low pressure system will move quickly, limiting snowfall potential with accumulations ranging from 1 to 4 inches from the Delaware River on east. Temperatures on Saturday will hold in the lower to mid 30′s through the afternoon hours.
A few scattered snow showers will be possible on Sunday, otherwise scattered cloud cover can be expected. High pressure will produce scattered cloud cover on Monday. A powerful cold front can be expected on Tuesday with periods of moderate to heavy rain, mixing with and ending as snow as cold air rushes in. Scattered cloud cover can be expected on Wednesday. Temperatures on Sunday will range from the upper 10′s to lower 20′s for lows and lower to mid 30′s for highs. By Monday, temperatures will range from the mid to upper 20′s for lows and mid to upper 40′s for highs. Ahead of the cold front on Tuesday, temperatures will rise into the mid to upper 40′s for highs before falling into the mid to upper 20′s. By Wednesday, temperatures will return to near normal with lows in the mid 20′s to lower 30′s and highs in the mid 30′s to lower 40′s.