Today we have a strong cold front over the Ohio River Valley, ahead of this cold front is mild conditions under a Southwest flow, but behind the cold front is a cold modified arctic air mass that will spread east by tomorrow, making this warm up only a 2 day thing
For today, fog will lift through the morning followed by partly to mostly cloudy skies this afternoon, highs in the upper 50s NE PA to mid 60s along the coast
Tonight clouds will increase again, some fog possible and showers will begin to move in very late tonight as the cold front comes east. Showers and even a thunderstorm will be a threat through the early afternoon hours tomorrow before we begin to clear out.
I expect generally a quarter to half-inch of rain, so more of a nuisance than anything
Highs on Tuesday will only be in the mid 40s to low 50s (which will be similar to lows tonight) , lows tomorrow night will drop into the mid 20s to low 30s
From Wednesday through the weekend we will remain quiet with not much change in temperature as we head into more of a zonal pattern, highs generally in the mid 4os NE PA to upper 40s to low 50s along the coast, lows in the mid 20s NE PA to low to mid 30s along the coast. Average temperatures should range from highs in the low 50s NE PA , lows in the low 30s and highs in the mid to upper 50s along the coast, lows in the mid to upper 30s
As we head into the early week of Thanksgiving this zonal low is expected to continue so relatively quiet weather is expected over the next 7-10 days with the exception of the cold front tomorrow , but around thanksgiving we have to watch for a potential coastal low as our blocking negative NAO regime begins to take over again.