Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low: 21
(Super Bowl) Sunday: Mild with sunshine and some clouds. High: 47
Sunday Night: Mostly cloudy. Low: 27
Skies will remain partly cloudy overnight as temperatures drop into the lower 20s. Be cautious of any black ice overnight into tomorrow morning due to refreezing wet surfaces.
Sunday looks a bit milder with highs in the upper 40s as skies feature sunshine and some clouds. We are watching a coastal storm to ride up near the Jersey shore tomorrow. This storm, as most models are showing, should stay far enough to the south and east so we don't see much of an impact. However, it could brush the coast with snow Sunday night into Monday morning and the western edge of that precipitation shield is something we'll continue to monitor closely. That being said, at this point it looks like most locations in our viewing area won't see anything until Monday night. Of course there is still the possibility that this system tracks further west and impacts our area on Monday with accumulating snow, so please stay tuned for any changes.
Something else to note for Monday is a powerful trough that will dig down and interact with some leftover moisture from the first storm. This interaction could transfer energy to a second developing coastal low. This setup has the potential to bring snow to the region, but it is still too premature for any detailed specifics.
For now, the timing and thinking is as follows: Monday watch for possible snow, Tuesday will mostly likely have snow and then a flurry or snow shower on Wednesday and Thursday.
After these systems move through, the temperatures for the second half of next week and next weekend will actually be below normal, with highs struggling to get out of the upper 20s and low 30s.