The weekend of the Super Bowl is almost like a holiday now with people gathering at parties, large amount of food eaten, and a celebration of a truly all American game. Looks like the weather will be taking the weekend off as well!
High pressure will be in complete control for much of the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas today on through early next weekend with tranquil weather conditions.
A disturbance over the southern Plains, which is producing a major snow storm for Colorado, will rapidly weaken while moving east. While a few isolated rain and snow showers will be possible for the Delaware River Valley and southern New Jersey on Sunday morning, most locations can expect just a brief increase in clouds. Otherwise, quiet conditions are expected with seasonable temperatures. Temperatures will range from the mid 20's to mid 30's for lows and lower 40's to upper 40's for highs through Monday.
A weak cold front will move through on Tuesday with scattered showers and a slight warm up ahead of the cold front. Temperatures will rebound into the mid to upper 40's for highs on Tuesday afternoon. However, behind the cold front a return to winter cold can be expected for Wednesday with scattered clouds and temperatures ranging from the upper 10's to upper 20's for lows and upper 20's to upper 30's for highs.
A rapid return to near normal temperatures can be expected on Thursday with lows in the lower to upper 20's and highs in the upper 30's to lower 40's. Tranquil conditions can be expected for the end of next week.