After a very cold and windy start to the weekend it looks likely we will see a stormy second half of the weekend as intensifying low pressure comes up the coast
Tonight and tomorrow will be down right windy and cold with lows in the mid 0s to low 10s and highs tomorrow in the upper 10s to mid 20s, gusty northwest winds will make it feel like-5 to 5 degrees at times
By Sunday though a strong trough will be approaching with southerly winds ahead of it, as the trough turns negative low pressure is expected to form off the Virginia coastline and head due north, crossing over Long Island and into the New England states
The low will generally be a quick mover but also moisture loaded with heavy precipitation will fill in from south to north, particularly east of the Delaware River for much of New Jersey, NYC, LI and points north, there looks to be a tight gradient with perhaps not much precipitation at all once one goes a bit into PA, especially Northeast PA .
It looks to be primarily rainfall for these areas but away from the coast a bit could start off as a brief frozen mix and also end as some snow as the low intensifies and pulls in colder air but heavy rain and gusty winds along the coast look to be the bigger stories with a quick shot of 1-2 inches of rain for areas east of the Delaware River, and 0.25-0.75 west, higher amounts over southeast PA lowest over NE PA , the bulk timing looks to be from Sunday 9 am to Sunday 10 PM from south to north