Dry yet cloudy conditions this morning will lead to more rain by tomorrow night. No white stuff in sight!
High pressure over the Great Lakes will move towards the East coast over the next 24 hours leading to tranquil conditions for the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas. Temperatures will be slightly cooler with highs this afternoon in the lower to mid 40's and lows tonight in the upper 20's to lower 30's.
Clouds will increase through the afternoon tomorrow as a low pressure system along the western Gulf Coast will move northeast towards the Ohio River Valley and then the St. Lawrence River Valley tomorrow night. As clouds increase, temperatures will warm into the lower to mid 40's over the interior and mid to upper 40's along the coast for highs.
Periods of rain will develop tomorrow night through Friday as a warm front moves through the region on early Friday morning followed by a cold front on Friday afternoon. Temperatures will be very mild with highs in the upper 40's to mid 50's leading to all rain for this storm. Winds will be an issue with southerly winds around 10 to 20 mph, veering to the west as the cold front moves through.
High pressure will take hold Saturday through Tuesday with tranquil weather conditions expected. Temperatures will remain seasonable yet relatively mild with lows in the mid 20's to lower 30's and highs in the mid 30's to upper 40's for highs. Temperatures will be warmest along the coast.