After what’s been an extension of winter throughout the whole month of March with well above normal snow, well below average temperatures a milder but also wet pattern is setting up, as temperatures moderate to near normal levels for this time of year
Tonight will be cold with lows in the mid 20s to low 30s north, mid to upper 30s south with periodic clouds, tomorrow will start decent but end unsettled as a clipper system marches through, rain will be seen for most of the area but wet snow and minor accumulations expected for extreme NW NJ and NE PA, precipitation will end tomorrow night
Wednesday will continue to be a bit chilly with highs in the 40s and lows in to upper 20s to mid 30s with drying conditions
Thursday a much warmer regime will begin as low pressure tracks towards the Great Lakes and a southwest wind takes hold, mostly dry conditions with highs mostly in the 50s with a few low 60s possible south, the low pressure will begin to influence our weather Friday with increasing rain chances from west to east and very mild temperatures, as the cold front is slow to exit another wave of rain is expected Saturday with highs in the 40s lows in the 30s, some wet snow can’t be ruled out for the northern interior.
Easter Sunday looks to be dry with fairly nice temperatures in the mid 40s to low 50s but cold lows in the mid 20s to lower 30s as a cold intrusion ,over in behind Saturday’s storm system, another storm system is likely to approach by Tuesday with showers and thunderstorms possible