The somewhat active pattern we have been in this month will continue as we track a potential noreaster or at least a series of coastal storm systems between Saturday and next week
The next 2-3 days will be dry with seasonably warm temperatures, today being a bit below normal in the 60s f0r most, tomorrow will moderate into the upper 60s to low 70s and Friday will moderate a bit more towards the lower to mid 70s widespread, all 3 days with sunshine and nice weather conditions. Low temperatures will also stick around the averages with mid 40s to mid 50s expected
By Friday night a storm system down in the Southern Plains will begin moving northward, which will bring increasing clouds and winds turning out the east. This system will initially track towards the Ohio Valley before transferring its energy leading to redevelopment off the Delaware coastline, the low will them move northeast up the coast.
Saturday will be overcast with rain developing and moving in from the south, likely starting during the later morning hours south to the mid-late afternoon hours north with gusty northeast winds developing, the rain will become heavy especially east of the Delaware river and south of the Hudson River Valley. The heaviest rain and winds will likely be Saturday night and located over Delaware, New Jersey , NYC and Long Island. Some coastal flooding will also be possible especially along the New Jersey and Delaware coastlines. Between 1-3 inches of rain is expected for most of the area, lesser amounts the father north and west one goes.
The rain should quickly end by Sunday morning with just some lingering drizzle possible then likely drying out in the afternoon through Monday, the east wind will continue which may lead to continued cloudy skies with highs in the 60s both days
By Tuesday we have to watch another potential coastal storm that could form over the open waters of the Atlantic and be pulled back northwest towards the northeastern US which could bring more rain and wind Tuesday and Wednesday