High clouds from a coastal low worked its way back westward today and masked some of the sunshine but it was still a good day. Satellite shows the western edge of the clouds into Western New Jeresey. As the low develops the clouds will begin to recide southeast.
Skies will clear out tonight and it will be another comfortable night with lows in the 60s. Sunday looks good as the wave develops offshore and higher pressures build in dragging down dry air from the north northeast.
The issue for Monday is how long will dry air hold on before we begin to feel the effects of the next cold front. It looks to me that from Western New Jersey eastward it should be dry into the evening.
The cold front will begin approaching Monday and Tuesday and this run of the GFS as compared to the prior run is more robust with precip and further south so that is a good sign that the rainfall from this front will be more widespread and substantial.
Let us hope that the trend continues so we can wipe out some of the rainfall deficits that exist all around Southern New England southward into Southeastern Pennsylvania.