Today: Much colder despite mostly sunny skies. High: 40
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy. Low: 28
Monday: Milder with periods of clouds and sun; could see a sprinkle or flurry early, mainly north. High: 51 Low: 33
The weak cold front that brought a few showers to the region overnight will slide off the coast this morning. This will allow any morning clouds to break for afternoon sunshine as temperatures either hold steady or rise a few degrees to top out near 40. Today's temperatures will be accompanied by a breeze out of the northwest that will make the 30s and 40s we're experiencing feel more like 20s at times. Temperatures will bounce back nicely on Monday and Tuesday though as highs reach into the low 50s on Monday and upper 50s on Tuesday. Both days appear as if they will start out cloudier and becoming sunnier as the day progresses. It's also worth noting that Monday morning a disturbance passing through New England might be close enough to bring an isolated sprinkle or flurry to areas from the Lehigh Valley and Berks County on north. If it were to occur it would be very brief and would amount to almost nothing. Wednesday is when our next storm system will move into the region as rain and remain as rain into Wednesday night before changing over to snow as the low is exiting off to the east Thursday morning. The models have shown a lot agreement with this solution, but we encourage you to stay tuned through the early part of the work week as we continue to monitor how this developing storm is playing out with the various models.