Today we have a couple of disturbances and a cold front, we have a weak coastal low developing and another low near the Great Lakes with the trailing cold front which will reinforce the chilly air mass that has invaded with many locations falling into the 30s to middle 40s
We can see the 2 disturbances pretty clear on radar, both of these will bring some unsettled weather to the area tonight, and lead to increasing cloud cover during the day today, highs will range from the mid to upper 50s NE PA to the lower to mid 60s elsewhere
Showers will begin to invade from the south and west later this afternoon and lead to a period of scattered showers through the evening hours before clearing out later tonight, temperatures for tonight will be in the upper 30s to low 40s NE PA ,mid to upper 40s mostly everywhere else
We will clear out Sunday with a breezy NW wind and temperatures in the 50s for most of the area, lower 60s for urban locations and the coast and tomorrow night will likely be the coldest night of the season so far with widespread 30s throughout the area low 30s NE PA , low 40s along the coast and mid to upper 30s in between.
Monday and Tuesday will feature a brief warm up ahead of the next front with highs in the upper 50s NE PA, mid to upper 60s along the coast and lower to mid 60s in between and lows in the mid 30s to around 40, mid to upper 40s along the coast and lower to mid 40s in area in between.
Some showers are likely Tuesday night into Wednesday and perhaps into Thursday with highs Weds-Friday in the mid to upper 40s NE PA, lower to mid 50s elsewhere and lows mostly in the 30s with some upper 20s possible in the coldest locations of the NW interior with cloudy, breezy and unsettled conditions.